In Mathematica, a palette is a notebook with a collection of controls such as buttons. They can be used to perform many actions in Mathematica, including entering typesetting characters, styling notebooks, and performing evaluations.

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Grid snap for drawing tools

Is it possible to extend the Drawing Tools palette and add a grid snap feature? Drawing points with discrete intervals would make it a lot easier to draw nice free body diagrams, and other simple ...
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Menu commands on Palettes and other windows without menu bars?

In the Version 10 interface, at least by default, there is no longer a common menu bar in a separate window, and menus appear to be localized to individual Notebook windows. If I select a Palette and ...
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Where can I find the Distributions Palette?

I was watching the "Statistics: Modeling with Statistical Distribution" Training Course http://www.wolfram.com/training/videos/DAT016/ and in one of the slides, the following image showed up. Does ...
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Menu bars on Palette windows don't work properly — any workarounds?

After getting help from Rojo with Menu commands on Palettes and other windows without menu bars? I was able to create a Palette with a menu bar by: Selecting the Palette and opening the Option ...
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Missing titles in palettes with Win 8

I just noticed that MMA (8 and 10) in Windows 8 on my machine does not display the title of any palette. For ex. Basic Math Assistant palette appears without title. Same with user-defined palettes Can ...