Uwe Stöhr <uwestoehr <at> web.de> writes:
> Am 27.09.2010 22:06, schrieb Will:
> > Hmm, I didn't realize this was important before, but it seems I only
> > have this problem when I have "View Source" open on the bottom of the
> > window.
> This is because the source window shows you with the default settings 
> only the content of the current paragraph. So depending on the amount 
> your have already in your caption, it needs more space to display the 
> new math code.

This old thread was the only mention I could find of this problem ... but I
still experience this behavior in LyX 2 regardless of what is open or not open
at the bottom of the window (in particular, regardless of whether "View Source"
is open), so there must be more to the story.

Whenever the cursor enters a math mode element that is inside any kind of box
(Figure caption, LyX note, etc.), via pointing device or arrow keys, the
contents of the editing window are immediately scrolled to place the math mode
element at the top.

I am running LyX 2.0.0 on Ubuntu 11.10 x86_64. I could not find any bug reports
on this topic, so I wonder if any others are having the same problem.


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