WYSIWYG aspects of multiple integral limits

Richard Kimberly Heck rikiheck at lyx.org
Thu Jan 16 20:51:31 UTC 2020

On 1/16/20 3:38 PM, Ricardo Berlasso wrote:
> El jue., 16 ene. 2020 a las 19:58, Jim Rockford
> (<jim.rockford1 at gmail.com <mailto:jim.rockford1 at gmail.com>>) escribió:
>     What I wish to do is center a lower multiple integral limit below
>     the integrals instead of beside the integrals (the default).  I'm
>     aware from the documentation that the following works for double
>     integrals:   \iint\limits _S    
>     This successfully produces the pdf output I want, but within the
>     Lyx document I still see \limits in red font.  I don't want to see
>     the remnants of raw latex within the Lyx window.  What are the
>     keystrokes required to WYSIWIG this so that I see the appropriate
>     double integral within the Lyx window?
> With the cursor close to the integral sign, press Alt-M, then L. That
> will apply the \limits command, but without showing it in plain code.

And, generally speaking, if you need to use raw LaTeX to do something,
but don't want to see that in LyX, you can use a preview inset. See
section 6.12.3 of the User Guide.


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