Re: How to set stylesheet of help page?
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- Subject: [mg95804] Re: How to set stylesheet of help page?
- From: David Reiss <dbreiss at gmail.com>
- Date: Wed, 28 Jan 2009 06:26:24 -0500 (EST)
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I assume that by the "help Page" you mean the Documentation Center since the command ?Plot writes the usage meassage in the notebook that you are in. The Documentation Center uses the (hidden) stylesheet Reference.nb. This style sheet has many defined styles that are used by the Documentation Center to create specific functionalities. To change the current display of the Documentation Center page you only need to set its StyleDefinitions. For Example: SetOptions[nb, StyleDefinitions -> "Default.nb"] where nb is the current NotebookObject for the Documentation Center. however, if you change the page that is displayed in the documentation Center the StyleSheet will revert to the default one. This is because the Documentation center uses notebooks that are located in the Mathematica distribution and which have their StyleSheets set to the Reference.nb one. Hence when each page is loaded it is loaded with this StyleSheet. --David On Jan 27, 6:56 am, water <waterloo2... at gmail.com> wrote: > when I input ?Plot, it displays help page . > I find I can not set help page 's stylesheet. > > How to set it ? thanks