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Boxes are the underlying representation of two-dimensional forms in notebooks.

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I believe the existing rules for Times take precedence. (i.e. act first.) Perhaps a derivative of this can work for you: MakeBoxes[x_ /; ! FreeQ[Unevaluated@x, Power], TraditionalForm] := ToBoxe …
answered Sep 3 '16 by Mr.Wizard
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If you are willing to enter your code as a String you can use this function: parseStringRaw[s_String] := FrontEndExecute @ UndocumentedTestFEParserPacket[s, False] Now: Note that the " charac …
answered Aug 6 '13 by Mr.Wizard
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InterpretationBox holds its arguments (it has HoldAllComplete). You must evaluate ToBoxes[f] outside of this head, easily accomplished with Function as follows: supressVariable[f_Symbol] := f /: …
answered Aug 24 '14 by Mr.Wizard
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Michael Pilat has stated that you cannot create your own compound operators. You may find some utility in these posts: Prefix operator with low precedence How can one define an infix operator with …
answered Aug 24 '12 by Mr.Wizard
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One approach that may be familiar to more experienced users is based on the input syntax described in String Representation of Boxes. \(input\)             raw boxes This appears to work but …
answered Oct 19 '12 by Mr.Wizard
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Interesting question. I don't have much experience with this sort of thing so I imagine there is a better way but this is what I could hack together at the moment: frac[lst_List] := Column[ Column …
answered Mar 4 '13 by Mr.Wizard
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This took some digging but at least in Version 7 the FrontEnd command is FT, e.g.: FE`FT["Plot"] You can read the definition with Definition[FE`FT]. If you want only the Box form itself we can mo …
answered Jul 26 '13 by Mr.Wizard
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Interesting question. Building on comments by glS It appears that HoldForm is treated specially by (conversion to) TraditionalForm, whereas a normal hold attribute does not prevent reordering. This …
answered Aug 14 '16 by Mr.Wizard
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The Notation package relies on Box Form as used by the Front End. Packages (generally) do not use Box Form therefore the Notation package does not work there. If you start WolframKernel.exe and eval …
answered May 31 '17 by Mr.Wizard
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Pardon me if this is unjustifiably curt but I don't see how this problem is different from many others that result from placing Dynamic too deep within an expression. Move the Dynamic to the outside …
answered Aug 17 '14 by Mr.Wizard
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I don't know if it will be possible to produce the Cell dingbat et al, as those don't appear on inline cells. However, you can at least get the formatting of your Cell expression by preventing it fro …
answered May 20 '13 by Mr.Wizard
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Point of conversion A large and perhaps key difference is that MakeBoxes (foo) only transforms the expression into the expanded form when it is converted to Box form. It's FullForm remains unchanged …
answered Feb 19 '17 by Mr.Wizard
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I believe this is the documentation you are looking for: String Representation of Boxes Notably: And: …
answered Jul 27 '14 by Mr.Wizard
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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 …
answered May 5 '16 by Mr.Wizard