Is there a way to "disable" graphs from auto-updating when writing an answer?

I've had a couple responses where I've had series of 4 to 5 graphs at once. Typing like this is incredibly slow since after every letter, the graphs have to "reform" on the right side. Should I just wait to add the graphs until the very end, or is there another way to circumvent this?

1 Answer
Dec 30, 2015

Insert a character between "graph" and the first brace, like so:

graph{x^2 [-10, 10, -5, 5]}


graph#color(red)("@")#{x^2 [-10, 10, -5, 5]}


Provided you do not require to reference the graphs whilst typing your answer, you can 'disable' graphs simply by disrupting the main graph-drawing function with an unrelated character. In the example above, I used an @ symbol, since this tends not to be evaluated as a key character in programming.