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Open menu Format > Edit Stylesheet... and paste this below the "Inheriting base definitions from" cell: Cell[StyleData["Input"], StyleKeyMapping -> {}] Choose Yes when prompted to "interpret the text" then close the Private Style Definitions Notebook. This should remove these automatic Cell conversions from Input cells ...


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That is a known bug in 12.1.1. WRI is going to publish a new build. Issue and workaround see here: https://community.wolfram.com/groups/-/m/t/2006722 Disabling spell checking helps in the mean time: Preferences 
> Interface > Check spelling as you type


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I figured out the answer myself. The problem can be solved by editing the stylesheet with a text editor. To be specific: Backup the original WolframAlphaNotebook.nb. Open the WolframAlphaNotebook.nb with any text editor you like, search for TraditionalForm, and you'll see the following segment: DefaultNewCellStyle->"NaturalLanguageInput", ...


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The Default.nb styles define them up to "Subsubsubsubsection" so you have two more levels to go. They are not included in the Format>Style menu but you can use shortcuts. Hit Tab/Backspace to navigate down/up in section level. (coursor needs to be a the beginning of the cell). If you need more you can define/edit a custom stylesheet and add ...


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This is what I do for all my school HW's. At start of each notebook, I have SetDirectory[NotebookDirectory[]]; ...above makes default directory the same as the one where the notebook is [CELL] image is generated in this cell using Mathematica Plot command ... in the next cell, type [CELL] Export["../my_images_folder/image1234.pdf", ...


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Not giving any guarantees but try with: SetOptions[ EvaluationNotebook[] , InputAutoReplacements -> { "test" -> ToBoxes @ Dynamic[DateString[], DestroyAfterEvaluation -> True] } ]


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I'm guessing you want this? notebookBackgroundGraySlider[] := DynamicModule[{x = 1}, Slider[ Dynamic[x, Function[ x = #; SetOptions[EvaluationNotebook[], Background -> Dynamic[RGBColor[x, x, x]]] ] ] ] ]


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I asked this same question at the Wolfram Community. Ian Hojnicki of Wolfram gave the following piece of advice. Give the command CurrentValue[$FrontEndSession, "NotebookBrowseDirectory"] = NotebookDirectory[EvaluationNotebook[]] I tested it today, and it works as prescribed. I guess I will be copy/pasting that command to the relevant notebooks ...


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I'm not sure that this is an answer, but it was too long for a comment. I was trying to recreate your Save Graphics As issue in v12.0 on Win10, and this is the behaviour that I've found: Save As sets the location to which Save Graphics As points to. The location will be the directory where the last Save As occurred. These are the tests that I've ran: if a ...


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I use the Code cell style rather than the Input cell style when I want complete control over indentation and formatting. On a Mac, it is Command-8 for Code and Command-9 for Input.


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If you mean front-end in the strict sense, i. e. the visual notebook interface for interactivity, the following is not for you. But if all you want is displaying visualizations / graphics (incl. typeset expressions), you could use some of the windowing functionality together with J/Link, as I explain in my video here: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=S1maEG-...


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