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I would like to know how to set up buttons for math commands (such as fraction, square root, subscript and superscript, etc.) in Texstudio. I attach a screenshot of my Texstudio below.

My texstudio toolbar

I selected Options-->Configure Texstudio-->Shortcuts and I found a list of math commands. However I wasn't able to proceed further. Please see second screenshot below. For example how I can create a button on my toolbar representing the square root, so that when I click on it I get automatically \sqrt{}? (Just to be clear, I do not want to create or modify a keyboard shortcut)

Configure texstudio shortcuts

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    If you click in "Advanced", you will also get "Toolbars" there to fiddle with. – gusbrs Feb 7 at 22:24
  • I did what you suggest but I don't see the new custom toolbars that I added – Alessandro Feb 7 at 22:35
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    To enable the custom bar right click on one of the existing ones, you will get a menu on which you can then check "Custom". – gusbrs Feb 7 at 22:37
  • Unfortunately StackExchange does not let me add any image in the comments, otherwise I'd attach a screenshot – Alessandro Feb 7 at 22:38
  • You can edit your question, if need be. – gusbrs Feb 7 at 22:42
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I guess this is what your question is asking for ?

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    Nice "turbo screenshot"! (+1) – gusbrs Feb 8 at 0:58
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    gusbrs not as quick as @marmot could draw it in TikZ :-) – user170109 Feb 8 at 1:12
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    And it would even be animated in 3D! :-) – gusbrs Feb 8 at 1:21
  • @KJO Best explanation ever! – Alessandro Feb 8 at 13:50

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