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I'm using LYX at XyMatrix.

If I'm writing in one of the cells a code like that:

\save"1,1"."1,2"*+[r][F]\frm{}\restore

I get a rectangle frame.

If want to get a circled frame what should I write? If I'll write something like:

\save"1,1"."1,2"*+[o][F]\frm{}\restore

I will get the first cell (1,1) circled.

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I found how to make it!

I have to write something like:

\save"1,1"."1,2"*++\frm<60pt>{-}\restore

And I'll get circled frame...

I have to put an - inside the {} of \frm and before it to put a <X pt>. X is the dimension.

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