Thanks Scott, This shortcut is quite useful in getting me over the old "Frame" environment hangover. Nevertheless, while trying both methods another "problem" appeared: To get out of the title of a "Frame" pressing return is not enough. One has to use the arrows to get out of the "Frame title" box and then issue return to get to the next line. Now, the next line is not indented, so I pressed tab in order to indent the line inside the "Frame". To my surprise, this line belongs to a "Frame" environment, so one has to change it manually to a standard environment. Weird things do not stop there, as one might believe that issuing return would get you out of this environment, but no, as one can issue as many CRs as wanted, a behavior that I believe is completely unintended, isn't it so?
Regards. ------------------------------------------------- Julio Rojas jcredbe...@gmail.com On Tue, May 6, 2014 at 12:22 AM, Scott Kostyshak <skost...@lyx.org> wrote: > On Mon, May 5, 2014 at 11:58 PM, Julio Rojas <jcredbe...@gmail.com> wrote: > > Actually is the "separator" what annoys me the most. Is there any way in > > which it is "automatically" inserted by the UI? I find myself doing > > copy-paste all the tame from the previous slide in order to add a CR, a > > separator, a new title and an indented line. Without the separator I > would > > be doing a couple of CRs to get out of the "Frame" environment, then > adding > > a new "Frame" title. Somehow this workflow is kind of faster/smoother. > > Hi Julio, > > The following is taken from the LyX Beamer manual (Help > Specific > Manuals > Beamer): > > There is a simple automated way to start a new frame: Issue Edit⇒Start > New Environment (Alt+P Return) if you are in a non-nested Frame > paragraph, or Edit⇒Start New Parent Environment (Alt+P Shift+Return), > respectively, if you are in a nested paragraph within the frame! > > Best, > > Scott >