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mathematica -cleanstart fixed this issue.


Probably not ideal, but using OverlayBox (undocumented) can get you something: img = ConvertImageToFullyScaledNinePatch[ Import[""] ]; CellPrint[ Cell[BoxData[ OverlayBox[{ToBoxes[img], "test"}, Alignment -> Center]], "Code", CellFrameMargins -> 0, ...


You can do it by using the MessageName operator (::). Here is an example.


UsingFrontEnd achieves the same result, although the notebook execution is no longer visible. runProcess.m UsingFrontEnd[ file = "C:\\myPath\\Process.nb"; targetnotebook = NotebookOpen[file, Visible -> True]; SelectionMove[targetnotebook, All, Notebook]; SelectionEvaluate[targetnotebook]; ]; Pause[5]; CloseFrontEnd[]; Problem solved ...


Try to restart Print Spooler under Windows Servises. For me it works.


Disclaimer Ok, so first comes the warning: what I offer below is an incomplete and work-in-progress code, which I offer AS IS. It only works on OS X for now, has a number of bugs, features are missing, etc, etc. In the last couple of years, I've asked a few members of this community to test MIDE privately, and got very constructive responses plus a number ...


Question 1: What is the typesetting in Mathematica? What procedures does it include? I think that this 2008 year MathGroup post by John Fultz completely answers this question, so I'll cite it here: In version 6, the kernel has absolutely no involvement whatsoever in generating the rendered image. The steps taken in displaying a graphic in ...


I am going to attempt to answer your questions off the cuff. I have been somewhat inactive on this site recently and also not using Mathematica much, so I am surely not at my best, so "take this with a grain of salt" as they say. Question 1 What is the typesetting in Mathematica? What procedures does it include? Typesetting is anything that is done for ...


UPDATE As Kuba correctly notes in the comment, with negative CellMargins we can make the cell height to be effectively zero: CellPrint@Cell[BoxData["a"], CellElementSpacings -> {"CellMinHeight" -> 0, "ClosedCellHeight" -> 0}, Background -> Hue[.8], CellMargins -> -2, CellOpen -> False, CellFrame -> 0, ShowCellBracket -> ...


This gives the recently opened files as a list of rules: Lookup[Options@$FrontEnd, NotebooksMenu] Just the file names: First /@ Lookup[Options@$FrontEnd, NotebooksMenu] FileNameJoin instead of FrontEnd`FileName: (only tested on windows) FileNameJoin[(Append @@ ((First@Last[#])[[;; 2]]))[[2 ;;]]] & /@ Lookup[Options@$FrontEnd, NotebooksMenu]


The .NB files with implementations of the FrontEnd export options Dialogs are located in the folder FileNameJoin[{$InstallationDirectory, "SystemFiles", "FrontEnd", "SystemResources"}] For example, the "PDF Options" Dialog is in the file "ExportPDF.nb". You can open it with a text editor and inspect the implementation. From the internals of the ...

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