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What really makes Dialog a model dialog is: WindowFrame -> "ModalDialog" (*or*) WindowFrame -> "MovableModalDialog" So be careful when changing WindowFrame with the expectation that your dialog will remain modal. Funny proof is that the following: CreateDialog[DefaultButton[], WindowFrame -> "ModalDialog", Modal -> False] is a modal ...

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Assuming the use of a revision control system, which seems likely when you are after sophisticated documentation, I by far like Pillsy's answer the best. This answer is more or less a long comment to that answer. What I don't like about Pillsy's solution is the Convert To > Standard Form Display step. This is because I and my collaborators are using the ...

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To long for a comment: I think there are multiple typos (I hope) in docs for Get. This will work Get["Test", Path -> {NotebookDirectory[]}] even without SetDirectory and this will work automatically too: SetDirectory @ NotebookDirectory[]; << Test So the difference is in  More accurate in description is tutorial/FilesForPackages ...

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I think this follows from the representation of styles (and other boxes) in strings. For example, this: is really represented like this in a string: template="a \!$$\*\nStyleBox[\"\",\nFontColor->RGBColor[1,0,0]]$$ and a `" Then either with StringForm or StringTemplate we get In[10]:= StringTemplate[template]["foo", "bar"] Out[10]= "a ...

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Preamble/Disclaimer: I will present my thoughts rather than giving a definite answer in the Wolfram language, focused solely on configurator technology/methodology, and will give some humble suggestions. I have NO knowledge about ASP (Answer Set Programming) and in addition have absolutely NO knowledge about the scope and organization of your project. I’m ...

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