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comment Can LyX automatically save the PDF output in the same folder?
Thanks I will try that out.
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comment Can LyX automatically save the PDF output in the same folder?
Dear scottkosty, it is not so urgent at the moment. Thanks again for your help.
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comment Can LyX automatically save the PDF output in the same folder?
Ok, it's somehow not behaving consistently: I tried the original order of command right after the new suggestion and it seemed to work just fine (displaying and saving), but as soon as I executed it again it crashed.
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comment Can LyX automatically save the PDF output in the same folder?
The new order didn't cause a crash and saved the pdf in the same folder, but it didn't show the pdf. If I only enter buffer-view it does show it.
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comment Can LyX automatically save the PDF output in the same folder?
Thanks for your continued interest. I just tried what you suggested but it crashed again (this time on a different Mac running OS 10.8 with LyX 2.0.0). Didn't give me the error message though. Might be a Mac related problem?
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comment Can LyX automatically save the PDF output in the same folder?
Thanks a for the detailed instructions. Unfortunately after following the steps and hitting view on a file I get the message "SIGSEGV signal caught! Sorry, you have found a bug in LyX..." and thereafter LyX crashes each time I hit view. But the problem dissapears if I delete the stdtoolbars.inc file and undo the setting. Guess I'll have to send a bug report.
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comment LyX: how to make two “examples” not separated by a different environment?
Thanks a lot I was obviously being completely ignorant.
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