I’m a student in France and I use TeXmacs to take my mathematics lessons.
For several weeks now, I’ve been rather annoyed by the fact that, when I want to insert a function, I have to go to [Insert] > [Mathematics] > [Several equations] (or, more simply, use CTRL+&) and then fill in the middle boxes with the appropriate arrows (which I’d like to automate with (insert “<longmapsto>”) and (insert “<longrightarrow>”)).
If you can’t see what I want to insert, here’s an example, where anything that isn’t an arrow would be completed by the user (me):
I imagine there’s a way, with my-init-texmacs.scm, to create such an array and navigate through it to insert what you want. Unfortunately, I’m having great difficulty understanding the documentation I’ve found here:
I don’t see anywhere where it clearly addresses table navigation, or even table creation.
Any ideas on how to do this? At the moment, my code doesn’t look like anything good, it’s really just the culmination of several failed tests:
(“f o n c” (go-to-path (rcons (table-which-row) (table-which-column) 3) ) )
I don’t really understand what go-to-path does, nor rcons, nor the rest!
Thank you very much in advance,
(Translated with DeepL)