sorry for a basic question, but does any one know what is the trick to make the front end beep at me each time I issue the same command (which contain an error)?
It now only beeps the first time, but when I SHIFT+ENTER the same command again, it stops beeping. I want it to beep each time.
here is an example:
expr = 0.09 - (0.00043739999999999995* Sin[x])/(Sqrt[1 - 0.36*Sin[x]^2]*(0.0225 - 0.0081*Sin[x]^2)) FullSimplify[expr]
now it beeped and gave message to the notebook
and the following messages to the console:
Mathematica beeped to let you know that a warning or error message was generated by the kernel. You can disable this beep by resetting MessageOptions in the Option Inspector.
But when I typed the above again:
I see no more messages to the console and no more beeps but only the
Indeterminate message comes out to the notebook. Only way to see the error again and hear the beeps is to do
Remove["Global*"]` and run everything again.
Strange thing, is that this behaviour does not happen for everything. For example, if I type
I will see a new error a hear a new beep EACH time I execute the command. I have a feeling that the kernel is remembering things. But I do not want to clear everything each time.
I am using 8.04, and this is a picture of my setup:
and here is the messageOptions in the advanced setup
I tried to change the
MaxMessageCount to 100 but no change. same for the