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Re: Setting global graphics options


You can do this by editing an appropriate init.m file to contain the
appropriate commands.  The one that would apply to a single user and
which will survive an update to your Mathematica is located here
(execute it to open the directory where you should see the init.m
file):

SystemOpen[ToFileName[$UserAddOnsDirectory, "Kernel"]]

Best,
David


On Feb 12, 5:11 am, Themis Matsoukas <tmatsou... at me.com> wrote:
> I have converged to a set of graphics options with respect to frames, labels, fonts etc, that I use very often. How can I set up Mathematica to load my options at launch time? I know I can use SetOptions but I would have to execute this command each time I launch Mathematica. Is there a way to set these options in the preferences somewhere? I looked  under Format/Option Inspector but could not identify an appropriate option.
>
> Thanks
>
> Themis




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