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The solution at How to create a Hyperlink within the current Notebook? can work with EvaluationNotebook[] replaced by the actual file name.


The same behaviour is observed in Mathematica 10.4.1 under Windows 10. A fix for the frame ticks is to use the option FrameTicksStyle -> Background -> None


This seems to be related to the notation "\.XX" being used to enter characters in hexadecimal notation, as explained in the documentation. For instance, entering "\.09" will get you the tab character, which in ASCII has the value 9. Similarly "\.0d" codes for the Carriage Return (CR) character. What appears to be the bug is twofold: "\. d" has the space ...


One way to write it is to let $$f(x) = \frac{z \log (1-x)+(1-2 z) \log (x)+(z-1) \log (x z-x+z)}{z (2 z-1)}$$ and write $f^{(-1)}\left(\frac{z \log (1-{a_0})-2 z \log ({a_0})+z \log ({a_0} z-{a_0}+z)-\log ({a_0} z-{a_0}+z)+\log ({a_0})}{z (2 z-1)}-\frac{t}{2}\right)$ for InverseFunction[..][..]. So in regular mathematical notation, the ...


The result we see is due to a somewhat baffling formatting decision made within the machinery that generates the box form of datasets. When formatting a date object, it uses DateString form. However, it also expressly checks to see whether the date has three components. If so, it drops the first four characters from the string form. This is strange and I ...


The only default way I know to do this is to use TradtionalForm, but this requires "interpretation" of the input, either case by case or globally. One can provide for custom notation by several methods. For example: MakeBoxes[Abs[x_], StandardForm] := MakeBoxes @ BracketingBar[x] BracketingBar = Abs; This provides bidirectoinal translation, i.e. Abs[x] ...

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