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In LyX, how does one add multiple cases to a cases environment?

When I insert the cases template, I get the opening bracket followed by two placeholder boxes, i.e.

{□□

I can put as much math in those two placeholders as I want, but I haven't been able to figure out how to add rows to this environment. Any ideas?

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up vote 6 down vote accepted

Try Shift+Enter or Control+Enter.

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Ctrl+Enter it is. Thanks! – kpozin Nov 30 '09 at 15:11
    
Cmd+Enter on Macs – Andre Holzner Jun 8 at 12:43

In LyX, there is an Add Row button close to the Case Environment button. It is unavailable before being in the case environment, but it does the job afterwards.

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within the Google Document editor this problem also occurs and

\begin{cases}
1st\\
2nd\\
3rd\end{cases}

worked for me.

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