This function has not been fully integrated into the long-term Mathematica system, and is subject to change.
- The following suboptions can be specified:
AutoDelete False whether the InterpretationBox is automatically deleted if its contents are edited DeletionWarning False whether a warning is issued if the InterpretationBox is deleted Editable False whether the contents of the InterpretationBox can be interactively edited in the front end Selectable Automatic whether the contents of the InterpretationBox can be selected SyntaxForm Automatic the precedence level to use when the InterpretationBox is considered as an operator
- With the default setting Editable->Automatic, an InterpretationBox object inherits the Editable setting of the cell in which it occurs; that is, the contents of an InterpretationBox will be editable only if the InterpretationBox occurs in an editable cell.
- With the default setting Selectable->Automatic, an InterpretationBox object inherits the Selectable setting of the cell in which it occurs.
- With the default setting AutoDelete->False, the InterpretationBox is not stripped if its contents are modified.
- With the setting AutoDelete->True, the InterpretationBox is removed if its contents are modified.
- With the setting DeletionWarning->True, a warning dialog box appears when the InterpretationBox is about to be deleted. This can occur if the contents of the InterpretationBox are interactively deleted and, if AutoDelete->True, also if the contents of the InterpretationBox are edited.
- SyntaxForm is specified as a string containing an operator whose precedence level is the same as that of the contents of the InterpretationBox. For example, SyntaxForm->"*". You can also distinguish the infix and prefix form of an operator, for example, by setting SyntaxForm to and , respectively.
- With the default setting SyntaxForm->Automatic, Mathematica automatically assigns a precedence determined by the contents of the InterpretationBox.
New in 4.0