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answered Is there a notebook autosave frequency configuration?
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comment Open two copies of the same notebook
Instead of Dynamic, you could set up the "Refresh replica" function to trigger on specific keystrokes or mouse clicks using NotebookEventActions.
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comment How to select all initialization cells?
@celtschk If the first cell contains the contents given by Silvia, I don't know what happened. You can start over with the default stylesheet from the Format menu. Then edit the (private) stylesheet and just copy-paste Silvia's code there below the "Inheriting..." cell. Say ok when MMA asks whether to interpret this. This should add the new style. Finally, you can save and install the stylesheet as described above.
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comment How to select all initialization cells?
@celtschk The first cell in your stylesheet should say something like "Inheriting base definitions from stylesheet "Default.nb" ". Perhaps you deleted that cell?
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comment How to select all initialization cells?
@celtschk I agree. Too bad NotebookFind doesn't let you search cell options.
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comment How to select all initialization cells?
Small note: new styles can inherit options from old styles. In this case, inheriting from the "Input" style may be desirable with StyleData["Initial", StyleDefinitions->StyleData["Input"]]. This makes cleaner and clearer definitions most of the time.
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answered How to select all initialization cells?
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comment How to select all initialization cells?
If you just need to evaluate the initialization cells, this can be done via the Evaluation menu -> Evaluate Initialization Cells, or programmatically using FrontEndExecute[FrontEndToken["EvaluateInitialization"]].
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comment Using NumberString, DigitCharacter, or a similar directive to find all string representations of integers in a string
You don't actually need two spaces since you can set the option Overlaps->True.
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awarded  Revival
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answered Implementing bookmarks in the front end when editing a package
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revised Accessing the Options of the parent Cell
accidental partial post previously
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answered Accessing the Options of the parent Cell
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revised Is there a way to require confirmation for execution of certain cells?
autoscroll "blink" was easily fixable