Is it possible that every display equation is automatically numbered? Right now, I have to click on the numbering button to number each equation.

# Number every display equation

One possible way is entering it as a macro from the keyboard:

type

\equation

then press the Enter key

you should obtain a numbered equation (the macro for the unnumbered equation is \equation* with asterisk).

I expect that it is possible to modify the menu as well, but I do not know how to do that (anyone?).

How to enter eqnarray then? It does not work if I use \eqnarray.

I do not know how to do that. I have seen that the code for a numbered equation array is complex (I copied it from the source, you can see it if you select Document->Source->Edit source tree in the menu):

<\eqnarray*>

<tformat|<table|<row|<cell|>|<cell|>|<cell|<eq-number>>>>>

</eqnarray*>

Maybe one can define a macro where typing \eqnarray would generate this code in an editable way, but defining the macro as

<assign|eqnarray|<eqnarray*|<tformat|<table|<row|<cell|>|<cell|>|<cell|<eq-number>>>>>>>

did not yield an equation array with editable fields but just an empty numbered equation array. In fact I see why: you get the typeset output of <eqnarray*|<tformat|<table|<row|<cell|>|<cell|>|<cell|<eq-number>>>>>> substituted in for the macro, you do not get <eqnarray*|<tformat|<table|<row|<cell|>|<cell|>|<cell|<eq-number>>>>>> in the source code. Does anyone know how to do it?

Also a solution by changing the menus would be nice to see.

`eqnarray`

is not advised to use anymore from the Latex side. If you are purely in Texmacs, it is OK.

The exported Latex code of both `eqnarray`

and `align`

are not standard.