Re: Stylesheet question
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- Subject: [mg93935] Re: Stylesheet question
- From: WetBlanket <Wyvern864 at gmail.com>
- Date: Sat, 29 Nov 2008 04:29:31 -0500 (EST)
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On Nov 27, 4:33 am, John Fultz <jfu... at wolfram.com> wrote: > Actually, this is coming from the StandardForm style. Anything set in = the > StandardForm style will overwrite attributes set in, e.g., Input or Outpu= t. > > Paste the following cell in to get what you want... > > Cell[StyleData["StandardForm"], > FontFamily->"Times New Roman"] > > As for the documentation...I'm doing (not done, yet, but script is writte= n!) a > screencast on stylesheet stuff which will go on the website and be linked= to > from the documentation. Since there's been interest, I'd be happy to p= ost a > link to it on this forum once it's up. > > Sincerely, > > John Fultz > jfu... at wolfram.com > User Interface Group > Wolfram Research, Inc. > > On Wed, 26 Nov 2008 05:14:33 -0500 (EST), Kevin J. McCann wrote: > > I have a Stylesheet that is derived from the JournalArticle SS. In it I > > have defined the fonts for both Input and Output cells to be "Times New > > Roman". However, these both show up in that ugliest of all fonts > > "Courier New". When I check the SS it does indeed indicate that it > > should be in Times. I suspect that this involves one of the stylesheets > > that JournalArticle inherits from. Any ideas? > > > Thanks, > > > Kevin > > > BTW, long ago there was a tutorial promised by Wolfram - "StyleSheet= s > > for Dummies" (my words). Is such a thing in preparation? Please do post.