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accepted How to surpress pagenumbers in bibliography section in LyX?
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accepted While using Literature references in LyX provided by BibDesk on Mac OS 10.8 capital letters are getting confused
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comment How to surpress pagenumbers in bibliography section in LyX?
@AndrewSwann Your answer guided me towards the correct direction, thanks! I figured out the solution and posted it as an answer. Feel free to edit if necessary.
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answered How to surpress pagenumbers in bibliography section in LyX?
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asked How to surpress pagenumbers in bibliography section in LyX?
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comment How to show the “commutate” symbol inside a diagram in LyX?
Thanks for your reply! I tested it and it seems to work. At least I see the circled arrow. I assume, that raise box{2.5ex} is responsible for moving the box of the arrow up. Is there a way to push it to the left, too?
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asked How to show the “commutate” symbol inside a diagram in LyX?
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awarded  Yearling
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accepted How do I realize an arrow representing “line numbers” in LyX?
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asked How do I realize an arrow representing “line numbers” in LyX?
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comment What is the shortcut for triggering environments in LyX 2.0.4 without having to use the mouse?
Very nice explanation, thanks!
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revised What is the shortcut for triggering environments in LyX 2.0.4 without having to use the mouse?
Added keyboard markup.
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suggested suggested edit on What is the shortcut for triggering environments in LyX 2.0.4 without having to use the mouse?
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comment What is the shortcut for triggering environments in LyX 2.0.4 without having to use the mouse?
Thank you, this is exactly what I just figured out with the help of @scottkotsy, hence I excepted his answer. :-) But your first hint is really useful, too.