### Re: Recursive Representation

Hello Richard, here is a sample attached. The ci(x) and the fj(x) should have the i resp. j as subcsripts, also inside the integral in the table. Neither the menu item nor the math symbols help... Jens Am .08.2013, 15:29 Uhr, schrieb Richard Heck rgh...@lyx.org: On 08/19/2013 03:07 AM, Jens-D. Doll wrote: Hello all, having formatted my document, there ist still a feature I'm missing, whci could be named multi subscription. It means the usage of subscripted characters in a text, which is already subscripted. Neither the menu item nor the math box helped for this purpose up to now. Can somebody tell me how to format sum(bk(x)), where the sum is the greek symbol and k should be a subsript. I'm not sure I understand you correctly. But it is easy to put subscripts on subscripts. I always type _ (the LaTeX equivalent) to get subscripts. So you can type: b_k_x, and you will have something of this sort. If this is not what you want, you might post a LyX file that is as close as you can get, and then explain what isn't right. Richard Sample.lyx Description: Binary data

### Re: Recursive Representation

Thanks, Scott, subscripting now works via selecting and hitting Shift+Underscore. The question is, why the menu item under Format is not enabled in that particular situation? That would be the intuitive way ... Another question: is Shift+Underscore a shortcut for the menu item? Greetings, Jens

### Re: Recursive Representation

Hello Richard, here is a sample attached. The ci(x) and the fj(x) should have the i resp. j as subcsripts, also inside the integral in the table. Neither the menu item nor the math symbols help... Jens Am .08.2013, 15:29 Uhr, schrieb Richard Heck rgh...@lyx.org: On 08/19/2013 03:07 AM, Jens-D. Doll wrote: Hello all, having formatted my document, there ist still a feature I'm missing, whci could be named multi subscription. It means the usage of subscripted characters in a text, which is already subscripted. Neither the menu item nor the math box helped for this purpose up to now. Can somebody tell me how to format sum(bk(x)), where the sum is the greek symbol and k should be a subsript. I'm not sure I understand you correctly. But it is easy to put subscripts on subscripts. I always type _ (the LaTeX equivalent) to get subscripts. So you can type: b_k_x, and you will have something of this sort. If this is not what you want, you might post a LyX file that is as close as you can get, and then explain what isn't right. Richard Sample.lyx Description: Binary data

### Re: Recursive Representation

Thanks, Scott, subscripting now works via selecting and hitting Shift+Underscore. The question is, why the menu item under Format is not enabled in that particular situation? That would be the intuitive way ... Another question: is Shift+Underscore a shortcut for the menu item? Greetings, Jens

### Re: Recursive Representation

Hello Richard, here is a sample attached. The ci(x) and the fj(x) should have the i resp. j as subcsripts, also inside the integral in the table. Neither the menu item nor the math symbols help... Jens Am .08.2013, 15:29 Uhr, schrieb Richard Heck <rgh...@lyx.org>: On 08/19/2013 03:07 AM, Jens-D. Doll wrote: Hello all, having formatted my document, there ist still a feature I'm missing, whci could be named multi subscription. It means the usage of subscripted characters in a text, which is already subscripted. Neither the menu item nor the math box helped for this purpose up to now. Can somebody tell me how to format sum(bk(x)), where the sum is the greek symbol and k should be a subsript. I'm not sure I understand you correctly. But it is easy to put subscripts on subscripts. I always type "_" (the LaTeX equivalent) to get subscripts. So you can type: b_k_x, and you will have something of this sort. If this is not what you want, you might post a LyX file that is as close as you can get, and then explain what isn't right. Richard Sample.lyx Description: Binary data

### Re: Recursive Representation

Thanks, Scott, subscripting now works via selecting and hitting Shift+Underscore. The question is, why the menu item under Format is not enabled in that particular situation? That would be the intuitive way ... Another question: is Shift+Underscore a shortcut for the menu item? Greetings, Jens

### Recursive Representation

Hello all, having formatted my document, there ist still a feature I'm missing, whci could be named multi subscription. It means the usage of subscripted characters in a text, which is already subscripted. Neither the menu item nor the math box helped for this purpose up to now. Can somebody tell me how to format sum(bk(x)), where the sum is the greek symbol and k should be a subsript. Greetings, Jens-D.Doll Universität Hamburg Fachgruppe TGI

### Recursive Representation

Hello all, having formatted my document, there ist still a feature I'm missing, whci could be named multi subscription. It means the usage of subscripted characters in a text, which is already subscripted. Neither the menu item nor the math box helped for this purpose up to now. Can somebody tell me how to format sum(bk(x)), where the sum is the greek symbol and k should be a subsript. Greetings, Jens-D.Doll Universität Hamburg Fachgruppe TGI

### Recursive Representation

Hello all, having formatted my document, there ist still a feature I'm missing, whci could be named multi subscription. It means the usage of subscripted characters in a text, which is already subscripted. Neither the menu item nor the math box helped for this purpose up to now. Can somebody tell me how to format sum(bk(x)), where the sum is the greek symbol and k should be a subsript. Greetings, Jens-D.Doll Universität Hamburg Fachgruppe TGI

### Embedded Formula

Hello,b)when formatting my text I use embedded formula, but am not able to use subscript/superscript within such a formula. Take for instance xi, make it a formula and afterwards try to make the i a subscript. The same problem occurs when making a text a formula afterwards: all subscripts go lost ...a)Thanks, Josh. I must have been a little upset because of the abundant many symbol sets. Now I found exists and forall.Am .08.2013, 13:08 Uhr, schrieb Josh Hieronymus josh.p.hierony...@gmail.com:They're located with the "Miscellaneous" symbols that appear when you click the upside-down "nabla" triangle button. Or, within a math environment, you can simply type "\forall" and "\exists" to get these symbols. - JoshOn Thu, Aug 8, 2013 at 6:03 AM, Jens-D. Doll jens.d...@studium.uni-hamburg.de wrote: Does anyone know, where the forall and exists quantors can be found? I found a lot of mathematical symbols, but not these two. Greetings, Jens

### Embedded Formula

Hello,b)when formatting my text I use embedded formula, but am not able to use subscript/superscript within such a formula. Take for instance xi, make it a formula and afterwards try to make the i a subscript. The same problem occurs when making a text a formula afterwards: all subscripts go lost ...a)Thanks, Josh. I must have been a little upset because of the abundant many symbol sets. Now I found exists and forall.Am .08.2013, 13:08 Uhr, schrieb Josh Hieronymus josh.p.hierony...@gmail.com:They're located with the "Miscellaneous" symbols that appear when you click the upside-down "nabla" triangle button. Or, within a math environment, you can simply type "\forall" and "\exists" to get these symbols. - JoshOn Thu, Aug 8, 2013 at 6:03 AM, Jens-D. Doll jens.d...@studium.uni-hamburg.de wrote: Does anyone know, where the forall and exists quantors can be found? I found a lot of mathematical symbols, but not these two. Greetings, Jens

### Embedded Formula

Hello,b)when formatting my text I use embedded formula, but am not able to use subscript/superscript within such a formula. Take for instance xi, make it a formula and afterwards try to make the i a subscript. The same problem occurs when making a text a formula afterwards: all subscripts go lost ... a)Thanks, Josh. I must have been a little upset because of the abundant many symbol sets. Now I found exists and forall.Am .08.2013, 13:08 Uhr, schrieb Josh Hieronymus <josh.p.hierony...@gmail.com>:They're located with the "Miscellaneous" symbols that appear when you click the upside-down "nabla" triangle button. Or, within a math environment, you can simply type "\forall" and "\exists" to get these symbols. - JoshOn Thu, Aug 8, 2013 at 6:03 AM, Jens-D. Doll <jens.d...@studium.uni-hamburg.de> wrote: Does anyone know, where the forall and exists quantors can be found? I found a lot of mathematical symbols, but not these two. Greetings, Jens

### Re: Logical Operators - another question

Thanks Josh,now I found it. The problem was, that I could not identify the symbol sets. After enabling one set it appears somewhere at the bottom, where several others already are shownJust another question: How do I activate the \sqint symbol? The processor says: undefined symbol. Best RegardsJens-D.Doll, studUniversität HamburgFachgruppe TGI Am .08.2013, 13:08 Uhr, schrieb Josh Hieronymus josh.p.hierony...@gmail.com:They're located with the "Miscellaneous" symbols that appear when you click the upside-down "nabla" triangle button. Or, within a math environment, you can simply type "\forall" and "\exists" to get these symbols. - JoshOn Thu, Aug 8, 2013 at 6:03 AM, Jens-D. Doll jens.d...@studium.uni-hamburg.de wrote: Does anyone know, where the forall and exists quantors can be found? I found a lot of mathematical symbols, but not these two. Greetings, Jens attachment: sqint.jpg

### Re: Logical Operators - another question

Thanks Josh,now I found it. The problem was, that I could not identify the symbol sets. After enabling one set it appears somewhere at the bottom, where several others already are shownJust another question: How do I activate the \sqint symbol? The processor says: undefined symbol. Best RegardsJens-D.Doll, studUniversität HamburgFachgruppe TGI Am .08.2013, 13:08 Uhr, schrieb Josh Hieronymus josh.p.hierony...@gmail.com:They're located with the "Miscellaneous" symbols that appear when you click the upside-down "nabla" triangle button. Or, within a math environment, you can simply type "\forall" and "\exists" to get these symbols. - JoshOn Thu, Aug 8, 2013 at 6:03 AM, Jens-D. Doll jens.d...@studium.uni-hamburg.de wrote: Does anyone know, where the forall and exists quantors can be found? I found a lot of mathematical symbols, but not these two. Greetings, Jens attachment: sqint.jpg

### Re: Logical Operators - another question

Thanks Josh,now I found it. The problem was, that I could not identify the symbol sets. After enabling one set it appears somewhere at the bottom, where several others already are shownJust another question: How do I activate the \sqint symbol? The processor says: undefined symbol. Best RegardsJens-D.Doll, studUniversität HamburgFachgruppe TGI Am .08.2013, 13:08 Uhr, schrieb Josh Hieronymus <josh.p.hierony...@gmail.com>:They're located with the "Miscellaneous" symbols that appear when you click the upside-down "nabla" triangle button. Or, within a math environment, you can simply type "\forall" and "\exists" to get these symbols. - JoshOn Thu, Aug 8, 2013 at 6:03 AM, Jens-D. Doll <jens.d...@studium.uni-hamburg.de> wrote: Does anyone know, where the forall and exists quantors can be found? I found a lot of mathematical symbols, but not these two. Greetings, Jens <>

### Logical Operators

Does anyone know, where the forall and exists quantors can be found? I found a lot of mathematical symbols, but not these two. Greetings, Jens

### Logical Operators

Does anyone know, where the forall and exists quantors can be found? I found a lot of mathematical symbols, but not these two. Greetings, Jens

### Logical Operators

Does anyone know, where the forall and exists quantors can be found? I found a lot of mathematical symbols, but not these two. Greetings, Jens