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How to work around incorrect tooltips in plots exported to HTML
This is an issue that I always wanted to investigate but haven't gotten around to solving yet: The tooltips for contour lines in a plot like this can be very useful in the Notebook interface: ...
Feb 18 '12 at 3:53
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