After arrow right, return. I can type some text. Looks nice. Oh, it's not nested in the frame. Hit tab.
Now you have Frame inside Frame. On Wed, May 7, 2014 at 11:31 AM, Jürgen Spitzmüller <sp...@lyx.org> wrote: > 2014-05-07 17:14 GMT+02:00 Neal Becker: > >> OK, I'm confused here. Let's consider workflow to make a bullet chart. >> > > I was talking about the Standard paragraph, not Itemize. > > >> Insert sep. Hit return. >> Select Frame >> Fill in Title >> oops - return in title does nothing, navigate past title (right arrow), >> hit >> return >> > > Easier: > > Alt-A Return > Fill in title > Arrow right > Return > > >> Now I'm in Frame. Certainly not what I want - I don't even know what >> this frame >> in a frame would do. >> > > I do not understand what you mean by "Frame in a frame". You are still in > the same frame. Would you also say "Quotation in a quotation" if the style > still is called "quotation" after hitting return? Or "Itemize in an > itemize"? Or "Theorem in a Theorem"? Or, for that matter, "Standard in > Standard"? > > >> Switch to itemize >> Use mouse to hit -> icon to nest itemize within frame. >> > > Yes. The same as you need to do when using itemize in an Example box, or > Quotation, or Theorem, or ... > > Jürgen >