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Nov
10
comment LyX doesn't know `eqref`?
[...] 3) BTW, I think we "know" each other since I filed once a bug report under something like "math_lyx_user" on LyX and, if I remember correctly, you took care of it :)
Nov
10
accepted LyX doesn't know `eqref`?
Nov
10
comment LyX doesn't know `eqref`?
[...] When it's not checked, then only things that change are these two options and now in the first case, one then uses \eqref and in the second case \prettyref, right ? 2) This is slightly off-topic, but I indeed use Ubuntu (12.04), but am not aware of any backup-solution that's really stable and useable (though I might be willing to upgrade Ubuntu if that provides me with some backup possibilities). Do you maybe have a suggestion for a good automatical backup program like the restore points on Windows ? [...]
Nov
10
comment LyX doesn't know `eqref`?
Thank you very much for the solution; unchecking that solved everything! LyX never ceases to amaze me :) Actually I was convinced that LyX couldn't use eqref because when searching this issue on google, several people on different forums seemed to have the same problem, so I assumend \ref was standart. 1) I also am not sure if I understood the difference between checking the box or not correctly: If it's checked, then basically (\ref) is used when "(<Reference>)" is selected and (\eqref) is used, when "Formatted reference" is selected. [...]
Nov
9
asked LyX doesn't know `eqref`?
Nov
5
comment Automatically not emphasizing references inside propositions
Yes, I know, sorry :(
Nov
5
accepted Automatically not emphasizing references inside propositions
Nov
3
comment Automatically not emphasizing references inside propositions
Thanks, both your and Andrew solution solve the problem for ref - but the problem is unfortunaley more involved as I see now, since I actually use LyX, not LaTeX right now, and LyX somehow can't use eqref - and the solution from this answer unfortunately doesn't work: bit.ly/1wYaLFh as it produces an error. So when I want paranthesis around, LyX actually uses (\ref{...}). By your solution then 1 displays perfectly non-emphasized, but the paranthesis are still emphasized. Is there a way to also make the paranthesis non-emphasized (or ideally get Lyx to use \eqref ?
Nov
3
comment Automatically not emphasizing references inside propositions
Thanks, both your and egregs solution solve the problem for ref - but the problem is unfortunaley more involved as I see now, since I actually use LyX, not LaTeX right now, and LyX somehow can't use eqref - and the solution from this answer unfortunately doesn't work: bit.ly/1wYaLFh as it produces an error. So when I want paranthesis around, LyX actually uses (\ref{...}). By your solution then 1 displays perfectly non-emphasized, but the paranthesis are still emphasized. Is there a way to also make the paranthesis non-emphasized (or ideally get Lyx to use \eqref ?
Nov
3
asked Automatically not emphasizing references inside propositions
Oct
19
accepted Simulating a figure-environment
Oct
6
comment Simulating a figure-environment
Is it also possible to align the left figure to the right of its minibox (an analogously the right figure to the left of the minibox) ?
Oct
6
comment Simulating a figure-environment
Thanks, your answer seems to be exactly what I need. But before I award ou the bounty, could please also tell me, how I can insert a small horizontal space to the left of the left figure (or graphic) and to the right of the right figure (or graphic), so that the figures (or graphics) are bit more on the interior of the page than the outmost border of the text.
Oct
5
awarded  Promoter
Oct
5
revised Simulating a figure-environment
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Oct
5
comment Simulating a figure-environment
Ok, this problem again came up in my work, so I'm looking again for a solution to it. The caption package unfortunately didn't help me.
Oct
5
revised Simulating a figure-environment
deleted 171 characters in body
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13
awarded  Yearling
Jul
2
awarded  Curious
Jun
21
comment Simulating a figure-environment
@ChristianHupfer I think I did understood it fine, since all I did now, was to copy the MWE from the link I provided (which I already mentioned in my second comment).