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Yes, apply them to a style named "Notebook". Warning: This will override the default InputAliases created by the FE on startup, so you will lose InputAliases such \intt that are tied to that option, unless you extract and embedded into the stylesheet as well. Which means you'll need to periodically update it if you want to keep getting the new aliases. ...


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The easy way to do this is to use Panel: Panel[ Style["asdasd", FontSize -> 100, White], Appearance -> Rasterize@LinearGradientImage["BlueGreenYellow", 6 {100, 50}], ImageSize -> {500, 100} ] This Panel content can be messed with however you like. You can also make it so inside a certain Cell every Panel has the same Appearance by setting it ...


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In versions 11.1+, you can use LinearGradientImage and add the text as Epilog: Show[LinearGradientImage["BlueGreenYellow", 6 {100, 50}], Epilog -> {Text[Style["Gradient!", FontFamily -> "Old English Text MT", FontSize -> Scaled@.22], Scaled[{.5, .5}]]}] Replace "BlueGreenYellow" with {Black, Red, Orange, White} to get


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Let me rephrase as a recipe. Do Format > Edit style sheet. The private style sheet opens: it is a notebook titled "Private style definitions for [your notebook]". In this notebook, click on the link Article/JournalArticle.nb. The shared style sheet JournalArticle opens: it is a notebook titled "JournalArticle.nb style definitions". In this notebook, at ...


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