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How to set InputAlias for all future notebooks that are opened in current session?

This code (SetOptions[#1, InputAliases -> {"xx" -> "X"}] & ) /@ Notebooks[]; will define the alias [esc]xx[esc] to ...
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Remove extra space between commas in subscripts generated by InputAlias

There are (unwanted) extra spaces between comma separators that are generated when I create an alias with subscript. Here is the code I am using: ...
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Symbolize Subscript doesn't work

I want Mathematica to interpret subscripted variables as symbols. I found documentation suggesting the Notation package could do this, but if I do: ...
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Input Aliases in Mathematica 10

Bug introduced in 10.0.0 and persisting through 10.0.2 or later In Mathematica 9, typing in an input alias such as intt would result in the keyboard cursor ...
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Redefining built in input aliases

Which file would you need to modify to change the built in definition of the alias [escape] dt [escape] to include parentheses after the partial derivative operator?
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Having input aliases appear in the autocomplete box?

On mathematica 9 when you begin to type a special character you get a popup window that allows you to autocomplete it like such: However, when you try the same with an input alias like no ...
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Creating a function that can be called like the definite integral template (dintt)

The definite integral template takes 4 arguments as can be seen here: Is it possible to make a function that can be called in the same kind of way? For example is it possible to make this call a ...
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Esc-esc for special characters and autocomplete in Mathematica 9 [duplicate]

I recently upgraded to Mathematica 9 and have noticed a slightly annoying behavior that I was looking to remedy. In the past I would type special characters, e.g. ...
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When should I use Apply (or Function) and when @@ (or &)?

This is a rather general question, which I fail to answer myself. I guess it is mainly due to my insufficient knowledge of the precise terms. If I understand correctly, the following are equivalent: ...
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