Dan Phan schreef:
As far as I know, the proper way to typeset values and dimensions is to use
units package. When you want to write 1 mm, you use: \unit[1]{mm}.
In Lyx, if I select that expression and press Ctrl+M to convert it to a
formula, I works perfectly. But if I start math mode first by

Dan Phan schreef:
As far as I know, the proper way to typeset values and dimensions is to use
units package. When you want to write 1 mm, you use: \unit[1]{mm}.
In Lyx, if I select that expression and press Ctrl+M to convert it to a
formula, I works perfectly. But if I start math mode first by

Dan Phan schreef:
As far as I know, the proper way to typeset values and dimensions is to use
units package. When you want to write 1 mm, you use: \unit[1]{mm}.
In Lyx, if I select that expression and press Ctrl+M to convert it to a
formula, I works perfectly. But if I start math mode first by

Dan Phan schrieb:
As far as I know, the proper way to typeset values and dimensions is to use
units package.
You don't need this package, using this ore not is your choice. The Math manual, that you find in
LyX's Help menu, tells you at the end of sec. 8.1 how units are typeset.
When you

Dan Phan schrieb:
As far as I know, the proper way to typeset values and dimensions is to use
units package.
You don't need this package, using this ore not is your choice. The Math manual, that you find in
LyX's Help menu, tells you at the end of sec. 8.1 how units are typeset.
When you

Dan Phan schrieb:
As far as I know, the proper way to typeset values and dimensions is to use
units package.
You don't need this package, using this ore not is your choice. The Math manual, that you find in
LyX's Help menu, tells you at the end of sec. 8.1 how units are typeset.
When you