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How to determine the current width of the output cell area?

Since currently the method demonstrated by Lukas Lang is the only documented and straightforward way to get the current cell width (with some "magic" offset), let us investigate how it is ...
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How to determine the current width of the output cell area?

Below is one approach that seems to work, apart from being off by the same 4 printers points as one of the other answers. The key advantage is that it returns the actual size of the current output ...
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Using Through function with vectors

I think it's going to be hairy to do the Through after the arithmetic. Try this instead: Through[v2[i]] - Through[v1[i]] (oops, J.M. got there first)
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Finding functions containing certain option is too slow for the first run

You can make the Select a lot faster with some clever holding of arguments: ...
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How to determine the current width of the output cell area?

Update I found even simpler way to determine the width of the contents of the "Output" cell, which doesn't require creating a new Notebook. Setting the ...
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Finding functions containing certain option is too slow for the first run

When we are in 13.1: ...
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How to determine the current width of the output cell area?

Currently I've developed the following solution, which seems to work perfectly with Mathematica 12.3.1 and 13.1.0 on Windows 10 x64. However, I still don't understand from where comes the "magic ...
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