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Questions related to the Mathematica front-end (graphical user interface).

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If you look at their Contexts, you'll see that all of them are in the System` context and not the GraphUtilities` context. Context /@ {GraphDistanceMatrix, CharacteristicPolynomial, AdjacencyMatrix} …
answered Mar 21 '12 by rm -rf
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The "Messages" window or the console is just another notebook, referenced by MessagesNotebook[]. So to print directly to that, use: Clear[PrintToConsole] PrintToConsole[expr_] := (SetSelectedNotebook …
answered May 18 '12 by rm -rf
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The delimiter highlighting time is controlled by the option DelimiterFlashTime, which can be set for a cell or a notebook or the entire front end. You can lower the value (default 0.3 seconds) or disa …
answered Dec 29 '12 by rm -rf
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There's nothing that can break out of a HoldAllComplete as long as it has to pass through the kernel. But what if we had a way to bypass the kernel? Hmmm... buttons! I suggest using the following bu …
answered Oct 26 '13 by rm -rf
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You can use CurrentValue for this. Evaluate the following and try resizing your notebook window: Dynamic@CurrentValue["WindowSize"]
answered Feb 5 '14 by rm -rf
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While the highlighter could have coloured both xs differently, it is far simpler (in cases like Table, where there's structure) to identify the iterator symbol and colour every occurrence within the k …
answered Oct 29 '13 by rm -rf
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You can use NotebookEventActions for this. For example, evaluating SetOptions[EvaluationNotebook[], NotebookEventActions -> {"WindowClose" :> CreateDocument[]}]; in your current notebook will …
answered Mar 22 '13 by rm -rf
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My guess is that since you asked for the full form, Mathematica somehow had to display α as \[Alpha] without it automatically turning into α. This is done by manipulating the underlying box forms, whi …
answered Oct 31 '13 by rm -rf
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GUIScreenShot[] (without arguments) works perfectly fine on my Mac, although the front end syntax highlighter indicates a missing argument. As a workaround, you can explicitly give it the dimensions o …
answered Aug 11 '12 by rm -rf
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You cannot save to Default.nb by default, because it has Savable set to False and it is a good idea to not forcibly modify this file. Instead, create a private stylesheet as you have done here and put …
answered Aug 28 '12 by rm -rf
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This answer, which is a slight modification of my answer to a previous question, takes you most of the way there: Clear@notebookScreenshot notebookScreenshot[nb_] := Module[{left, top, size, opt …
answered Jul 28 '14 by rm -rf
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The following is a style for an R cell, inspired by this answer. You can add this to your stylesheet (change the styles to your liking): Cell[StyleData["R"], CellMargins->{{66, 10}, {5, 10}}, …
answered Dec 20 '12 by rm -rf
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At Mr. Wizard's urging, I'll post my reasoning for why this is not enabled by default (and should never be, for Mathematica): Mathematica does not have more than 1 undo, period. This is perhaps the …
answered Jun 10 '13 by rm -rf
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I'm almost certain that the reason is due to a missing stylesheet (or a file that's linked to from a notebook). When you use a custom stylesheet for a particular notebook, you'll find something like t …
answered Jun 23 '12 by rm -rf
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Some approaches are discussed in this question on StackOverflow. Original references to these go to Szabolcs's webpage and a MathGroup posting by Mr.Wizard. To summarize, you copy the file: $Install …
answered May 6 '12 by rm -rf

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