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Please tell me how to insert images via specific LyX command buffer? In messages after such operation catches the eye the following passage:

..\..\..\..\src\frontends\qt4\GuiApplication.cpp (1266): cmd: action: 224 [inset-apply] arg: 'graphics filename 1.eps
\end_inset
' x: 0 y: 0
..\..\src\BufferView.cpp (1207): BufferView::dispatch: cmd: action: 224 [inset-apply] arg: 'graphics filename 1.eps
\end_inset
' x: 0 y: 0
..\..\..\..\src\frontends\qt4\GuiApplication.cpp (1266): cmd: action: 225 [inset-insert] arg: 'graphics filename 1.eps
\end_inset
' x: 0 y: 0
..\..\src\BufferView.cpp (1207): BufferView::dispatch: cmd: action: 225 [inset-insert] arg: 'graphics filename 1.eps
\end_inset
' x: 0 y: 0

However, the implementation of such commands (without square brackets) in the command buffer does not give the expected result.

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Open the command buffer with alt+x or View > Toolbars > Command Buffer.

Then run the following command:

inset-apply graphics filename 1.eps
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  • scottkosty, thank you very much, this is what you need. Please tell me how you got this command? Or just you know?
    – mathem
    Commented Jul 4, 2019 at 12:36
  • I know [this way] [1], but in this case nothing gave. [1]:[tex.stackexchange.com/questions/22938/…
    – mathem
    Commented Jul 4, 2019 at 12:48
  • @mathem actually I just used the output that you had in your question (good job for posting it). You just have to get used to reading the output. inset-apply is the name of the LFUN, and the "arguments" (what follows the LFUN) is what is enclosed inside the single quotes.
    – scottkosty
    Commented Jul 4, 2019 at 15:25
  • the name of the LFUN is understandable, but it has been placed within square brackets, that was confusing. In the arguments generally present \end_inset and try to guess what to do.
    – mathem
    Commented Jul 4, 2019 at 15:56
  • @scottkoste, using your tips I wrote a .js file, through which you can insert graphics in LyX, without taking your hands off the keyboard. Now I want to do the same for navigating large images. Insert this picture the standard way generates the following message: [inset-apply] arg: ' wrap Wrap figure lines placement 0 r 0in overhang width% 50col "' x: 0 y: 0. Seemingly, using your logic, the proposed team must be: inset-apply wrap Wrap figure lines placement 0 r overhang 0in width "50col% ".
    – mathem
    Commented Jul 21, 2019 at 14:43

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