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In Mathematica 9 as well as in Player Pro 8, if I open one notebook and define some variable and execute, then close that .nb and open another one, the definitions will still be availabe in the new notebook. In Player Pro 9 this is not the case. How can I fix this?

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Isn't it out of scope? Maybe better ask at Wolfram Community? –  Kuba Sep 23 '13 at 10:24
    
I'm not familiar with Player Pro but you should see of there is a CellContext option and try setting it to "Global`", e.g. SetOptions[$FrontEnd, CellContext -> "Global`"] or using the Option Inspector, if there is one. –  Mr.Wizard Sep 23 '13 at 11:41
    
There is no Option Inspector and I have tried using SetOptions and this doesn't work either. I got a response from their technical support and it looks like Player Pro can not handle all the things that are developed in Mathematica, and there is no documentation describing what it does and does not handle. I would seriously suggest you avoid having to deploy anything using Palyer Pro until they can provide proper documentation. –  Lara Jordan Sep 25 '13 at 6:22
    
@LaraJordan I think you can move that comment and post it as an answer. Have you asked at Wolfram Community too? Maybe you can get more info there. –  Kuba Sep 25 '13 at 6:33
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