Re: What generates the In/Out CellLabels and how do I change them?
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- Subject: [mg113182] Re: What generates the In/Out CellLabels and how do I change them?
- From: Simon <simonjtyler at gmail.com>
- Date: Sun, 17 Oct 2010 06:05:29 -0400 (EDT)
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On Oct 17, 3:17 am, Simon <simonjty... at gmail.com> wrote: > When Mathematica evaluates a cell, it gives the Input cell and Output > cell the CellLabels In[$Line]:= and Out[$Line]= where $Line is a > counter that gets incremented on each evaluated input. > > If you input something like TraditionalForm[expr] or TeXForm[expr] (or > any other *Form from $OutputForms) then the name of the form also gets > added to the Output cell's label. eg Out//TraditionalForm=. > > I can't find any way of customising these labels. > * They can be disabled in the Preferences dialog. > * They don't seem to be in the StyleSheet options for Input and > Output cells - although the options pertaining to the CellLabel > behaviour are there. > * Nor in the Notebook options - although Notebook Options > > Evaluation Options > EvaluationCompletionAction can modify the > CellLabels. > * Nor any of the init.m type configuration files. > > So, does anyone know where these CellLabels are generated? > (Note: This question was also asked athttp://stackoverflow.com/q/3938827/= 421225 > I have a feeling that this has been discussed here before - but I > could not find the thread) I don't know why that got posted twice. Sorry all!