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Is there a list of tags that lyx uses somewhere defined? And is there a comment tag?

Not like a comment box, but simply a no-op sequence (% doesn't seem to work) so I can delineate blocks of code.

I can insert blocks of code using vim safer and faster than with the gui, but I want to use lyx for display (instead of power-point). But once I've inserted them, it's easy to lose where one is. If I could delineate these blocks of code with lines like:

  %%%%%% begin inset %%%%%%%%

  %%%%%%%% end inset %%%%%%%%
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The best source for Lyx Tags is the Lyx Frequently asked questions (FAQs) on their Wiki site.

You can access it here

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