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It seems that you can use the StyleBox: StyleBox["boxB", LanguageCategory -> None] (*highlighted*)CellPrint@ Cell[BoxData @ RowBox @ {"boxA", StyleBox["boxB", LanguageCategory -> None]}, "Input"] (*jumps between placeholders works*) CellPrint @ Cell[ BoxData @ RowBox @ { "boxA\[Placeholder]", ...


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Something like: si[val0_] := Module[{val = val0, count = 0}, If[Abs@val > 1, While[Abs@val >= 10^3, count++; val /= 10^3]; pre = Switch[count, 1, "k", 2, "mega", 3, "giga", 4, "tera", _, ""] , While[Abs@val < 1, count++; val *= 10^3]; pre = Switch[count, 1, "mili", 2, "...


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I've got the same problem (mathematica 12, Linux Mint Mate 20) without any solution. Just now I installed version 12.1.1 and the method with file ~.Mathematica/FrontEnd/frontend.css is working now! Content of this file: * { font-size:16pt; font-family:"Griffy"; }


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