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Scoping problem with Manipulate [duplicate]

Consider the following simple code: f = Sin[a x]; Manipulate[ Plot[f, {x, 0, 10}], {a, 0, 10}] Manipulate takes f to be ...
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Is it possible restore initial values after modify a control in manipulate?

I used to program in Visual Basic, but in Mathematica I have not seen some kind of restore default values after any user modification command in the Manipulate ...
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Dial control for Manipulate?

I'm trying to make a control item in a Manipulate that is a simple dial. I'm trying to mimic Manipulate[theta, {theta, 0, 360}], ...
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Why do InputFields not respond in Manipulate utilizing FindGeometricTransform?

In the following code changing the InputField does not result in observing changes in a result from FindGeometricTransform, but ...
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Effect of Block[] on iterators in Manipulate[]

The following is a toy example that hopefully shows the problem clearly enough. Why does the following code create a nice, manipulable output: ...
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Why does the syntax highlighter color a local symbol red inside DynamicModule?

I am adding a Module inside DynamicModule here is an example (thanks to @rm-rf for this simple example) ...
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Localizing variables within a Manipulate

I have a notebook with several examples of very similar computations, each involving the same variable/parameter names of the ingredients used in a final ...
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Scoping inside of Module and Manipulate

This is driving me nuts: I'm trying to control the parameters for a relatively large system of ODEs using Manipulate. ...
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Question about scoping data in a multi-level Manipulate construction

Background: In a module containing an outer / inner manipulate I select the key of data with a dropdownlist in the outer manipulate. Data is read and displayed in the inner manipulate for edit ...