Within a Mathematica program with a graphical user interface I want to programmatically determine whether the code runs in a full Mathematica, a Player Pro or a CDF-Player. There seem to not be any ...
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 ...
This question follows on from my earlier question Can Wolfram's Player Pro Use Proprietary Packages. That question appeared to have established that, yes, PlayerPro can use proprietary packages. ...
The following screenshot shows a toy example to illustrate what I want to accomplish: The above mimics the structure a type of notebook that I want to deploy for both Mathematica and PlayerPro ...
A few entwined/related questions: Can Wolfram's Player Pro use proprietary packages? I have searched Wolfram's site pages on Player Pro and don't see anything that provides a clear answer to this ...