### Re: Consecutive theorems

Luca Brandolini wrote: I am trying to write two consecutive theorems in my paper. However Lyx always joints the two theorems into a single enviromes. The only way seems to insert a non-empty line in between. Is there a solution for this? Yes, increase the nesting depth of the consecutive theorems Regards

### Re: Consecutive theorems

On Thu, Jul 2, 2009 at 11:55 PM, Luca Brandoliniluca.brandol...@unibg.it wrote: I am trying to write two consecutive theorems in my paper. However Lyx always joints the two theorems into a single enviromes. The only way seems to insert a non-empty line in between. Is there a solution for this? Yes. Put a non-empty line inbetween. Its what I do :) I put a line inbetween and either put a empty ERT in, or put an empty note (Alt I-N-N) in to produce a non-empty line Another trick I use is to insert a Branch. I have a branch called All which I always leave enabled. Then, if I want to e.g. have a enumerate environment within a proof, I insert a Branch All and put the enumerate within the Branch. That said, for this purpose, increasing the environment depth as suggested by Ignacio García seems more convenient.

### Re: Consecutive theorems

Ignacio García wrote: Luca Brandolini wrote: I am trying to write two consecutive theorems in my paper. However Lyx always joints the two theorems into a single enviromes. The only way seems to insert a non-empty line in between. Is there a solution for this? Yes, increase the nesting depth of the consecutive theorems The other solution, probably preferable, is to use the Separator environment between the theorems. This does nothing but separate the environments, so that LyX will treat them as distinct. rh

### Re: Consecutive theorems

Luca Brandolini wrote: I am trying to write two consecutive theorems in my paper. However Lyx always joints the two theorems into a single enviromes. The only way seems to insert a non-empty line in between. Is there a solution for this? Yes, increase the nesting depth of the consecutive theorems Regards

### Re: Consecutive theorems

On Thu, Jul 2, 2009 at 11:55 PM, Luca Brandoliniluca.brandol...@unibg.it wrote: I am trying to write two consecutive theorems in my paper. However Lyx always joints the two theorems into a single enviromes. The only way seems to insert a non-empty line in between. Is there a solution for this? Yes. Put a non-empty line inbetween. Its what I do :) I put a line inbetween and either put a empty ERT in, or put an empty note (Alt I-N-N) in to produce a non-empty line Another trick I use is to insert a Branch. I have a branch called All which I always leave enabled. Then, if I want to e.g. have a enumerate environment within a proof, I insert a Branch All and put the enumerate within the Branch. That said, for this purpose, increasing the environment depth as suggested by Ignacio García seems more convenient.

### Re: Consecutive theorems

Ignacio García wrote: Luca Brandolini wrote: I am trying to write two consecutive theorems in my paper. However Lyx always joints the two theorems into a single enviromes. The only way seems to insert a non-empty line in between. Is there a solution for this? Yes, increase the nesting depth of the consecutive theorems The other solution, probably preferable, is to use the Separator environment between the theorems. This does nothing but separate the environments, so that LyX will treat them as distinct. rh

### Re: Consecutive theorems

Luca Brandolini wrote: > I am trying to write two consecutive theorems in my paper. However Lyx > always joints the two theorems into a single enviromes. > The only way seems to insert a non-empty line in between. > Is there a solution for this? Yes, increase the nesting depth of the consecutive theorems Regards

### Re: Consecutive theorems

On Thu, Jul 2, 2009 at 11:55 PM, Luca Brandoliniwrote: > I am trying to write two consecutive theorems in my paper. However Lyx > always joints the two theorems into a single enviromes. > The only way seems to insert a non-empty line in between. > Is there a solution for this? Yes. Put a non-empty line inbetween. Its what I do :) I put a line inbetween and either put a empty ERT in, or put an empty note (Alt I-N-N) in to produce a "non-empty" line Another trick I use is to insert a "Branch". I have a branch called "All" which I always leave enabled. Then, if I want to e.g. have a enumerate environment within a proof, I insert a "Branch All" and put the enumerate within the Branch. That said, for this purpose, increasing the environment depth as suggested by Ignacio García seems more convenient.

### Re: Consecutive theorems

Ignacio García wrote: Luca Brandolini wrote: I am trying to write two consecutive theorems in my paper. However Lyx always joints the two theorems into a single enviromes. The only way seems to insert a non-empty line in between. Is there a solution for this? Yes, increase the nesting depth of the consecutive theorems The other solution, probably preferable, is to use the "Separator" environment between the theorems. This does nothing but separate the environments, so that LyX will treat them as distinct. rh