Ignacio García wrote:
The other solution, probably preferable, is to use the "Separator"
environment between the theorems. This does nothing but separate the
environments, so that LyX will treat them as distinct.
Luca Brandolini wrote:
I am trying to write two consecutive theorems in my paper. However Lyx
always joints the two theorems into a single enviromes.
The only way seems to insert a non-empty line in between.
Is there a solution for this?
Yes, increase the nesting depth of the consecutive theorems