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How to make the GroupOpeners visible in the SlideShow regime?
I am preparing a presentation on Mathematica and realized that though I made the GroupOpeners visible in the working regime (through the OptionInspector), they are invisible in the regime of the ...
Dec 3 '13 at 14:36
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