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Re: "mma" becomes "Mathematica"
On 12 Jan 2000, Bjorn Leonardz wrote: > When writing in a notebook it's enough to type "mma" to get "Mathematica". > That's fine in English. > > However, in Swedish it's a nuisance since there is a number of common verbs > ending in "mma". Mathematica does not know about this so it still produces > "Mathematica" in italics and all. > > How can I turn this feature off? > > OR better: > > How can I change it so that it only occurs when I type "Mma" (with a > capital M)? This is controlled with the option InputAutoReplacements. The Text cell style, as defined in the Default.nb style sheet, has the following suboptions as part of this option's value. "mma"->"Mathematica" "Mma"->"Mathematica" "MMA"->"Mathematica" You can disable this effect by removing these suboptions from the Text cell prototype in your notebook's style sheet. -- P.J. Hinton Mathematica Programming Group paulh at wolfram.com Wolfram Research, Inc. Disclaimer: Opinions expressed herein are those of the author alone.