On Sun, Mar 17, 2013 at 10:08 AM, Abdelrazak Younes <you...@lyx.org> wrote: > On 14/03/2013 15:14, Alex Vergara Gil wrote: >> >> >> Isn´t there a better way to do this inside LyX? >> I think this is a good feature request for developers, is not that hard >> to put a button inside the math environment that switches between TeX >> and rendered math mode, and when exited you see only rendered. I don´t >> know if I am making myself clear, so I will explain this a little more. >> >> 1 Enter in math mode and add some equation/whatever. >> 2 Now I want to add some TeX code directly or edit what I have >> introduced, so I press the (requested) switch button and I could see all >> in TeX code. >> 3 I edit the TeX code and when finished press the switch button again >> (or just leave math mode), the result should be the new rendered >> equation/whatever I have edited. >> >> This feature would be great for middle to power users, off course one >> should only expect math code inside the math mode so it would be nice to >> clarify this in the manual if it is actually included. >> >> I know I can do this in a ERT environment but then I need to copy to >> math but that´s not an optimal approach. > > > This sounds like a not very hard feature to implement, maybe without > touching C++ even. So why don't you implement this yourself and propose a > patch? There are not many active developers these days so LyX users must > participate to the development if they want to see LyX evolve.
+1. See the link below for a start. One of the solutions does basically what you suggest but using shortcuts. http://tex.stackexchange.com/questions/84031/making-an-edit-to-an-inline-equation-that-went-off-of-the-screen/84060#84060 Scott