### Bad auto-splitting when switching to equation array

In a math environment (display or environment), you can switch to an EqnArray environment with Ctrl Enter or Shift Enter. If there is already an equation, it will be automatically split into columns on particular symbols, including = and a few other operators and arrows. Unfortunately, it passes

### Bad auto-splitting when switching to equation array

In a math environment (display or environment), you can switch to an EqnArray environment with Ctrl Enter or Shift Enter. If there is already an equation, it will be automatically split into columns on particular symbols, including = and a few other operators and arrows. Unfortunately, it passes

### Bad auto-splitting when switching to equation array

In a math environment (display or environment), you can switch to an EqnArray environment with Ctrl Enter or Shift Enter. If there is already an equation, it will be automatically split into columns on particular symbols, including "=" and a few other operators and arrows. Unfortunately, it

### Equation Array

Dear all, is there a way to individually label some equations of an equation array? Or some rows from an array? - Julio Rojas jcredbe...@gmail.com

### Re: Equation Array

Julio Rojas jcredbe...@... writes: Dear all, is there a way to individually label some equations of an equation array? Or some rows from an array? - Julio Rojas jcredbe...@... Please have a look at HelpMath (or Ecuaciones) where you can

### Re: Equation Array

? - Julio Rojas jcredbe...@gmail.com 2009/9/2 Ignacio García ignacio.gmora...@gmail.com: Julio Rojas jcredbe...@... writes: Dear all, is there a way to individually label some equations of an equation array? Or some rows from an array? - Julio

### Re: Equation Array

? - Julio Rojas jcredbe...@gmail.com 2009/9/2 Ignacio García ignacio.gmora...@gmail.com: Julio Rojas jcredbe...@... writes: Dear all, is there a way to individually label some equations of an equation array? Or some rows from an array

### Re: Equation Array

to individually label some equations of an equation array? Or some rows from an array? - Julio Rojas jcredbe...@... Please have a look at HelpMath (or Ecuaciones) where you can find a very fine description of this issue in the section 19, 19.3

### Re: Equation Array

is in section 19.1. Inside an equation array environment, Alt-m n toggles numbering of the entire array (separate number on each line), while Alt-m Shift-n toggles numbering of just the line the cursor occupies. BTW, I too write integer programs. A while back I came across a reference to an article

### Re: Equation Array

2009/9/2 Ignacio García ignacio.gmora...@gmail.com: Julio Rojas jcredbe...@... writes: Dear all, is there a way to individually label some equations of an equation array? Or some rows from an array? - Julio Rojas jcredbe...@... Please

### Re: Equation Array

Julio Rojas wrote: I made it with eqarray, but it only allows me to have 3 columns. How did you add more columns? Oops -- forgot about that. I'm not very consistent in what I use (I just went back and loaded some old papers to look). Sometimes I use eqnarray (which is locked into three

### Equation Array

Dear all, is there a way to individually label some equations of an equation array? Or some rows from an array? - Julio Rojas jcredbe...@gmail.com

### Re: Equation Array

Julio Rojas jcredbe...@... writes: Dear all, is there a way to individually label some equations of an equation array? Or some rows from an array? - Julio Rojas jcredbe...@... Please have a look at HelpMath (or Ecuaciones) where you can

### Re: Equation Array

? - Julio Rojas jcredbe...@gmail.com 2009/9/2 Ignacio García ignacio.gmora...@gmail.com: Julio Rojas jcredbe...@... writes: Dear all, is there a way to individually label some equations of an equation array? Or some rows from an array? - Julio

### Re: Equation Array

? - Julio Rojas jcredbe...@gmail.com 2009/9/2 Ignacio García ignacio.gmora...@gmail.com: Julio Rojas jcredbe...@... writes: Dear all, is there a way to individually label some equations of an equation array? Or some rows from an array

### Re: Equation Array

to individually label some equations of an equation array? Or some rows from an array? - Julio Rojas jcredbe...@... Please have a look at HelpMath (or Ecuaciones) where you can find a very fine description of this issue in the section 19, 19.3

### Re: Equation Array

is in section 19.1. Inside an equation array environment, Alt-m n toggles numbering of the entire array (separate number on each line), while Alt-m Shift-n toggles numbering of just the line the cursor occupies. BTW, I too write integer programs. A while back I came across a reference to an article

### Re: Equation Array

2009/9/2 Ignacio García ignacio.gmora...@gmail.com: Julio Rojas jcredbe...@... writes: Dear all, is there a way to individually label some equations of an equation array? Or some rows from an array? - Julio Rojas jcredbe...@... Please

### Re: Equation Array

Julio Rojas wrote: I made it with eqarray, but it only allows me to have 3 columns. How did you add more columns? Oops -- forgot about that. I'm not very consistent in what I use (I just went back and loaded some old papers to look). Sometimes I use eqnarray (which is locked into three

### Equation Array

Dear all, is there a way to individually label some equations of an equation array? Or some rows from an array? - Julio Rojas jcredbe...@gmail.com

### Re: Equation Array

Julio Rojas <jcredbe...@...> writes: > > Dear all, is there a way to individually label some equations of an > equation array? Or some rows from an array? > - > Julio Rojas > jcredbe...@... > Please have a look at Help

### Re: Equation Array

) Xi+Xj<=1 for all i,j in P, i: > Julio Rojas <jcredbe...@...> writes: > >> >> Dear all, is there a way to individually label some equations of an >> equation array? Or some rows from an array? >>

### Re: Equation Array

) (2) Xi+Xj<=1 for all i,j in P, i: Julio Rojas <jcredbe...@...> writes: Dear all, is there a way to individually label some equations of an equation array? Or some rows from an array? - Julio Roja

### Re: Equation Array

credbe...@gmail.com >> >> >> >> 2009/9/2 Ignacio García <ignacio.gmora...@gmail.com>: >>> >>> Julio Rojas <jcredbe...@...> writes: >>> >>>> Dear all, is there a way to individually label some equations of an >>>> equati

### Re: Equation Array

like: Maximize Z (1) Subject to: Z=sum(Xi) (2) Xi+Xj<=1 for all i,j in P, i: Julio Rojas <jcredbe...@...> writes: Dear all, is there a way to individually label some equations of an equati

### Re: Equation Array

is left aligned and the >>>> right column is right aligned. How can this numbered array be done? >>>> - >>>> Julio Rojas >>>> jcredbe...@gmail.com >>>> >>>> >>>> >>

### Re: Equation Array

Julio Rojas wrote: I made it with eqarray, but it "only" allows me to have 3 columns. How did you add more columns? Oops -- forgot about that. I'm not very consistent in what I use (I just went back and loaded some old papers to look). Sometimes I use eqnarray (which is locked into three

### Equation array and two column layout

smaller font (\scriptscriptstyle)? How can I break the line in an equation array and put the right hand of the array under the first part, but slightly to the right? The kind of equation array I'm using is conditional: d= a+b, if a1 a-b, if a1 0,if a=1 Hope you can help me

### Re: Equation array and two column layout

? Should I use an even smaller font (\scriptscriptstyle)? How can I break the line in an equation array and put the right hand of the array under the first part, but slightly to the right? The kind of equation array I'm using is conditional: d= a+b, if a1 a-b, if a1 0,if a=1

### Re: Equation array and two column layout

with some equation arrays that are two big for this format. They span over the other column or over the margins, even with an smaller font (\scriptstyle). What can I do to solve this problem? Should I use an even smaller font (\scriptscriptstyle)? How can I break the line in an equation array and put

### Re: Equation array and two column layout

, even with an smaller font (\scriptstyle). What can I do to solve this problem? Should I use an even smaller font (\scriptscriptstyle)? How can I break the line in an equation array and put the right hand of the array under the first part, but slightly to the right? The kind of equation

### Equation array and two column layout

smaller font (\scriptscriptstyle)? How can I break the line in an equation array and put the right hand of the array under the first part, but slightly to the right? The kind of equation array I'm using is conditional: d= a+b, if a1 a-b, if a1 0,if a=1 Hope you can help me

### Re: Equation array and two column layout

? Should I use an even smaller font (\scriptscriptstyle)? How can I break the line in an equation array and put the right hand of the array under the first part, but slightly to the right? The kind of equation array I'm using is conditional: d= a+b, if a1 a-b, if a1 0,if a=1

### Re: Equation array and two column layout

with some equation arrays that are two big for this format. They span over the other column or over the margins, even with an smaller font (\scriptstyle). What can I do to solve this problem? Should I use an even smaller font (\scriptscriptstyle)? How can I break the line in an equation array and put

### Re: Equation array and two column layout

, even with an smaller font (\scriptstyle). What can I do to solve this problem? Should I use an even smaller font (\scriptscriptstyle)? How can I break the line in an equation array and put the right hand of the array under the first part, but slightly to the right? The kind of equation

### Equation array and two column layout

smaller font (\scriptscriptstyle)? How can I break the line in an equation array and put the right hand of the array under the first part, but slightly to the right? The kind of equation array I'm using is conditional: d= a+b, if a>1 a-b, if a<1 0,if a=1 Hope you can h

### Re: Equation array and two column layout

gins, even with > an smaller font (\scriptstyle). What can I do to solve this problem? > Should I use an even smaller font (\scriptscriptstyle)? How can I > break the line in an equation array and put the right hand of the > array under the first part, but slightly to the right? > >

### Re: Equation array and two column layout

> format. They span over the other column or over the margins, even with >> an smaller font (\scriptstyle). What can I do to solve this problem? >> Should I use an even smaller font (\scriptscriptstyle)? How can I >> break the line in an equation array and put the right hand of the &

### Re: Equation array and two column layout

y} >> > \right. $$ >> > >> > >> > I hope it'll be usefull for you. >> > Bye, >> >Vittorio >> > >> > >> > On Tue, Nov 25, 2008 at 1:01 PM, Julio Rojas <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> >> > wrote: >> >> >> >

### Re: equation array and delimiter problem

On Sat, Aug 04, 2001 at 09:42:54PM +0200, Herbert Voss wrote: Michael Koundouros wrote: equation array was input using the equation array utility (Ctrl-enter) matrix was input using a 2x3 matrix within a delimiter. looking at the ps file you will see the equation in the matrix

### Re: equation array and delimiter problem

On Sat, Aug 04, 2001 at 09:42:54PM +0200, Herbert Voss wrote: Michael Koundouros wrote: equation array was input using the equation array utility (Ctrl-enter) matrix was input using a 2x3 matrix within a delimiter. looking at the ps file you will see the equation in the matrix

### Re: equation array and delimiter problem

On Sat, Aug 04, 2001 at 09:42:54PM +0200, Herbert Voss wrote: > Michael Koundouros wrote: > > > > "equation array" was input using the equation array utility (Ctrl-enter) > > "matrix" was input using a 2x3 matrix within a delimiter. > > >

### equation array and delimiter problem

hi folks! see attached files. equation array was input using the equation array utility (Ctrl-enter) matrix was input using a 2x3 matrix within a delimiter. looking at the ps file you will see the equation in the matrix is rather squashed. what I would like is the equation to look like

### Re: equation array and delimiter problem

Michael Koundouros wrote: equation array was input using the equation array utility (Ctrl-enter) matrix was input using a 2x3 matrix within a delimiter. looking at the ps file you will see the equation in the matrix is rather squashed. what I would like is the equation to look like

### equation array and delimiter problem

hi folks! see attached files. equation array was input using the equation array utility (Ctrl-enter) matrix was input using a 2x3 matrix within a delimiter. looking at the ps file you will see the equation in the matrix is rather squashed. what I would like is the equation to look like

### Re: equation array and delimiter problem

Michael Koundouros wrote: equation array was input using the equation array utility (Ctrl-enter) matrix was input using a 2x3 matrix within a delimiter. looking at the ps file you will see the equation in the matrix is rather squashed. what I would like is the equation to look like

### equation array and delimiter problem

hi folks! see attached files. "equation array" was input using the equation array utility (Ctrl-enter) "matrix" was input using a 2x3 matrix within a delimiter. looking at the ps file you will see the equation in the matrix is rather squashed. what I would like is the e

### Re: equation array and delimiter problem

Michael Koundouros wrote: > > "equation array" was input using the equation array utility (Ctrl-enter) > "matrix" was input using a 2x3 matrix within a delimiter. > > looking at the ps file you will see the equation in the matrix is rather > squashed. wha

### Re: Boxing an equation array environment

that it doesn't satisfy me. First of all, it seems that there is no support to do this at lyx, I mean, I have to type all the environment and the equation too in red to obtain the boxed equation array and I'd like to use the math mode of LyX. And finally, the output result has the equation number inside

### Re: Boxing an equation array environment

uups, there are some typos ... it's a "little bit" tricky, but it works ... just right before the mathbox of lyx (no linebreak!) \hspace{1cm}\hfill\fbox{\parbox{5cm}{ your LYX (!) eqnarray the blue box ;-) }}\hfill{parbox{0.5cm}\begin{eqnarray}\end{eqnarray} ^

### Re: Boxing an equation array environment

On 23-May-2000 Herbert Voss wrote: i'm sorry, but this doesn't work ... :-( choose this one: \newcommand{\myBox}[1]{\hspace{1cm}\hfill% \fbox{% \parbox{5cm}{#1}% }% \hfill% \parbox{0.5cm}{% \begin{eqnarray}\end{eqnarray}% } } and in LyX \myBox{ ... the

### Re: Boxing an equation array environment

Juergen Vigna wrote: and in LyX \myBox{ ... the blue LyX mathbox ... } Why not use a 1X1 tabular and put there a mathbox? Well yes it is displayed in an own row then, so this might not be what you want, but ... ;) i thought about this solution, but i don't find a way for the

### Re: Boxing an equation array environment

to solve the problem of numbering equations a set of commands depending on the number of rows of the equation array can be defined as follows: \newcommand{\myBoxII}[1]{\hspace{1cm}\hfill% \fbox{% \parbox{5cm}{#1}% }% \hfill% \parbox{0.5cm}{% \begin{eqnarray} \\ \end{eqnarray

### Re: Boxing an equation array environment

Juergen Vigna wrote: Why not use a 1X1 tabular and put there a mathbox? Well yes it is displayed in an own row then, so this might not be what you want, but ... ;) I am trying to avoid to use the displayed equation, I need to use the \sum, \int, \frac in the eqnarray environment, and the

### Re: Boxing an equation array environment

Oscar Lopez wrote: \newcommand{\myBoxIII}[1]{\hspace{1cm}\hfill% \fbox{% \parbox{5cm}{#1}% }% \hfill% \parbox{0.5cm}{% \begin{eqnarray} \\ \\ \end{eqnarray}% } } .. but now my question is there exists any way to adjust automatically the

### Re: Boxing an equation array environment

Herbert Voss wrote: ok, here it comes ... not easy, but it's what you want ;-) now \mybox{the lyx formula} gives a boxed formula with a optimized frame. the value for \parbox in \newcommand\myBox ... is no more important, but don't leave it blank, latex needs a value. i choose the tex-code

### Re: Boxing an equation array environment

that it doesn't satisfy me. First of all, it seems that there is no support to do this at lyx, I mean, I have to type all the environment and the equation too in red to obtain the boxed equation array and I'd like to use the math mode of LyX. And finally, the output result has the equation number inside

### Re: Boxing an equation array environment

uups, there are some typos ... it's a "little bit" tricky, but it works ... just right before the mathbox of lyx (no linebreak!) \hspace{1cm}\hfill\fbox{\parbox{5cm}{ your LYX (!) eqnarray the blue box ;-) }}\hfill{parbox{0.5cm}\begin{eqnarray}\end{eqnarray} ^

### Re: Boxing an equation array environment

On 23-May-2000 Herbert Voss wrote: i'm sorry, but this doesn't work ... :-( choose this one: \newcommand{\myBox}[1]{\hspace{1cm}\hfill% \fbox{% \parbox{5cm}{#1}% }% \hfill% \parbox{0.5cm}{% \begin{eqnarray}\end{eqnarray}% } } and in LyX \myBox{ ... the

### Re: Boxing an equation array environment

Juergen Vigna wrote: and in LyX \myBox{ ... the blue LyX mathbox ... } Why not use a 1X1 tabular and put there a mathbox? Well yes it is displayed in an own row then, so this might not be what you want, but ... ;) i thought about this solution, but i don't find a way for the

### Re: Boxing an equation array environment

to solve the problem of numbering equations a set of commands depending on the number of rows of the equation array can be defined as follows: \newcommand{\myBoxII}[1]{\hspace{1cm}\hfill% \fbox{% \parbox{5cm}{#1}% }% \hfill% \parbox{0.5cm}{% \begin{eqnarray} \\ \end{eqnarray

### Re: Boxing an equation array environment

Juergen Vigna wrote: Why not use a 1X1 tabular and put there a mathbox? Well yes it is displayed in an own row then, so this might not be what you want, but ... ;) I am trying to avoid to use the displayed equation, I need to use the \sum, \int, \frac in the eqnarray environment, and the

### Re: Boxing an equation array environment

Oscar Lopez wrote: \newcommand{\myBoxIII}[1]{\hspace{1cm}\hfill% \fbox{% \parbox{5cm}{#1}% }% \hfill% \parbox{0.5cm}{% \begin{eqnarray} \\ \\ \end{eqnarray}% } } .. but now my question is there exists any way to adjust automatically the

### Re: Boxing an equation array environment

Herbert Voss wrote: ok, here it comes ... not easy, but it's what you want ;-) now \mybox{the lyx formula} gives a boxed formula with a optimized frame. the value for \parbox in \newcommand\myBox ... is no more important, but don't leave it blank, latex needs a value. i choose the tex-code

### Re: Boxing an equation array environment

but there are two things that it doesn't satisfy me. First of > > all, it seems that there is no support to do this at lyx, I mean, I have > > to type all the environment and the equation too in red to obtain the > boxed equation array and I'd like to use the math mode of LyX. And > f

### Re: Boxing an equation array environment

uups, there are some typos ... > it's a "little bit" tricky, but it works ... > just right before the mathbox of lyx (no linebreak!) > > \hspace{1cm}\hfill\fbox{\parbox{5cm}{ > > your LYX (!) eqnarray the blue box ;-) > > }}\hfill{parbox{0.5cm}\begin{eqnarray}\end{eqnarray}

### Re: Boxing an equation array environment

On 23-May-2000 Herbert Voss wrote: > > i'm sorry, but this doesn't work ... :-( > choose this one: > > \newcommand{\myBox}[1]{\hspace{1cm}\hfill% > \fbox{% > \parbox{5cm}{#1}% > }% > \hfill% > \parbox{0.5cm}{% > \begin{eqnarray}\end{eqnarray}% > } > } > > and in LyX > >

### Re: Boxing an equation array environment

Juergen Vigna wrote: > > and in LyX > > > > \myBox{ > > ... the blue LyX mathbox ... > > } > > > > Why not use a 1X1 tabular and put there a mathbox? Well yes it is displayed > in an own row then, so this might not be what you want, but ... ;) i thought about this solution, but i don't find a

### Re: Boxing an equation array environment

> Yes, it works, thank you, Herbert, In order to solve the problem of numbering equations a set of commands depending on the number of rows of the equation array can be defined as follows: \newcommand{\myBoxII}[1]{\hspace{1cm}\hfill% \fbox{% \parbox{5cm}{#1}% }% \hfill% \parbox{0.5cm}{

### Re: Boxing an equation array environment

Juergen Vigna wrote: > > > Why not use a 1X1 tabular and put there a mathbox? Well yes it is displayed > in an own row then, so this might not be what you want, but ... ;) I am trying to avoid to use the displayed equation, I need to use the \sum, \int, \frac in the eqnarray environment, and

### Re: Boxing an equation array environment

Oscar Lopez wrote: > \newcommand{\myBoxIII}[1]{\hspace{1cm}\hfill% > \fbox{% > \parbox{5cm}{#1}% > }% > \hfill% > \parbox{0.5cm}{% > \begin{eqnarray} \\ \\ \end{eqnarray}% > } > } > > .. > > but now my question is there exists any way to adjust

### Re: Boxing an equation array environment

Herbert Voss wrote: > ok, here it comes ... not easy, but it's what you want ;-) > now \mybox{the lyx formula} > gives a boxed formula with a optimized frame. the value for \parbox in > \newcommand\myBox ... is no more important, but don't leave it blank, > latex needs a value. i choose the

### Boxing an equation array environment

, it seems that there is no support to do this at lyx, I mean, I have to type all the environment and the equation too in red to obtain the boxed equation array and I'd like to use the math mode of LyX. And finally, the output result has the equation number inside the box with the Beqnarray, and I

### Boxing an equation array environment

, it seems that there is no support to do this at lyx, I mean, I have to type all the environment and the equation too in red to obtain the boxed equation array and I'd like to use the math mode of LyX. And finally, the output result has the equation number inside the box with the Beqnarray, and I

### Boxing an equation array environment

, it seems that there is no support to do this at lyx, I mean, I have to type all the environment and the equation too in red to obtain the boxed equation array and I'd like to use the math mode of LyX. And finally, the output result has the equation number inside the box with the Beqnarray, and I

### equation array with frac's

Hello, If I write a formula in Lyx like: \begin_inset Formula \begin{equation} \label{equ-facett-projection} \renewcommand {\arraystretch }{1.6}\begin{array}{l} \displaystyle x^{'}=(x-x_{Q})\frac{z_{Q}}{z}+x_{Q}\\ \displaystyle y^{'}=(y-y_{Q})\frac{z_{Q}}{z}+y_{Q}\\

### equation array with frac's

Hello, If I write a formula in Lyx like: \begin_inset Formula \begin{equation} \label{equ-facett-projection} \renewcommand {\arraystretch }{1.6}\begin{array}{l} \displaystyle x^{'}=(x-x_{Q})\frac{z_{Q}}{z}+x_{Q}\\ \displaystyle y^{'}=(y-y_{Q})\frac{z_{Q}}{z}+y_{Q}\\

### equation array with frac's

Hello, If I write a formula in Lyx like: \begin_inset Formula \begin{equation} \label{equ-facett-projection} \renewcommand {\arraystretch }{1.6}\begin{array}{l} \displaystyle x^{'}=(x-x_{Q})\frac{z_{Q}}{z}+x_{Q}\\ \displaystyle y^{'}=(y-y_{Q})\frac{z_{Q}}{z}+y_{Q}\\