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comment Exporting a 3D plot into a 3D viewing format and axis scaling
@episanty Good point - I think adding a transformation after the fact is certainly equally possible.
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comment Exporting a 3D plot into a 3D viewing format and axis scaling
@episanty Wouldn't that also squish the axis labels?
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answered Using patterns to modify TeXForm output
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reviewed Close Dynamical Updating of function
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reviewed Close What are the hidden specifications for FindRoot
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comment Parse notation recursively
My understanding is that you're trying to do more than just format expressions for display. You're transforming expressions. That's not what Notation of MakeBoxes are really meant for, so I addressed your specific issues in a different way. You mention additional "subconditions," but I don't think they are part of the actual question you're asking, so I didn't address their implementation.
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answered Parse notation recursively
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reviewed Close Window adjustment to see data points
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reviewed Close Applying a function to a column of a dataset
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comment Incorporating photos into a Mathematica-made web page
Actually, I cannot reproduce this problem on OS X.
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reviewed Close How can I keep a keystroke's variable change from making my dynamic eventhandler window inactive?
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reviewed Close Truncated Distribution Parameter Search Produces Singular Jacobian Using FindRoot
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comment Was this file created in mathematica?
I'm voting to close this question as off-topic because this is a question you should ask the author. It's also a terrible idea to make visitors to this question download a large PDF file.
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comment Orthogonality relations of Hermite polynomials
@chuy I see the same as you in version 8.
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