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Re: transform display equation in several equations

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  • From: TeXmacs <address@hidden>
  • To: address@hidden
  • Subject: Re: transform display equation in several equations
  • Date: Sun, 15 Nov 2020 18:04:16 +0100

Dear Slava,

I incorporated the code from the workshop with several improvements (revision
You may toggle between the two environments using C-&.
I did not advertise this feature in the interface yet;
I prefer that several people test it first.

Best wishes, --Joris

On Sun, Nov 15, 2020 at 03:51:01PM +0100, Massimiliano Gubinelli wrote:
> Dear Slava,
>  I'm not really sure what is the transformation you are looking for. Can
> you give an example of input and output of this transformation? There is
> some indications on how to write macros which modifiy the structure of
> the
> code here:
> [1]
> starting at approx 00:40:00.
> Best
> Max
> On 15. Nov 2020, at 14:11, Slava Rychkov <[2]address@hidden>
> wrote:
> Dear TexMacsers,
> one often needed operation is to transform a display formula into the
> "several equations” environment. Is there a smart way to do this,
> without having to create a new “several equations” instance, and copy
> the formula there? This is tiresome, especially if one needs to copy
> the
> label tag. A tip for a backward transformation would also be useful.
> Thanks! Slava
> References
> Visible links
> 1.
> 2. mailto:address@hidden
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