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So is the scenario that you have some notebook with input cells that look like data = myfunctionThatGivesALotOfData[...] which have produced output cells that look like {9.34648, ... ,7.6569} and you want to start a new kernel session and get the value of data ? If that's the case, you can just put your cursor at the beginning of the output cell(in ...


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1. Is this a bug or a feature? My opinion is that it is not a bug. Different selections yield different inputs, so different outputs are at least possible. On the other hand, I'm not sure I would call it a feature. It strikes me that users will wonder why they cannot easily get an image of what they see. "Save Selection As..." seems to consistently show ...


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I've just installed v10.0.1 and with disappoint I see that this bug (Windows 8.1) hasn't been solved. I even tried unisntalling v9 considering that the 2 version share the same $UserBaseDirectory and that there could be some conflict. But that didn't help. It drives me crazy because the menu command (Format-Size-Larger/Smaller) works as expected, but the ...


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This is not a complete answer. However, since no other reply is forthcoming here are the lines that may be appended to UnicodeCharacters.tr as mentioned in the question. This at least allows these characters to be recognized by the Front End rather than producing a syntax error. The glyphs remain broken. 0xF8D0 \[KlingonA] () Letter 0xF8D1 ...


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By default, DynamicModule uses SynchronousInitialization -> True. This causes the initialization to be performed on the preemptive link, disabling any updates to the front-end. In particular, print statements, cell creation and dynamic box updates will all be deferred until the initialization completes. If we wish to monitor that initialization within ...


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There are several ways to do that. Perhaps, the simplest is to do something like this: ClearAll[color]; SetAttributes[color, HoldAll]; color[_Export | _Import] := LightGreen; color[_Set] := LightBlue; color[_] := None; and then $Pre = Function[ code , SetOptions[ EvaluationCell[], Background -> color[code]]; code , ...


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Try manually changing the corresponding option in the "Option Inpector". You can open it by going to Format -> Option Inspector in the menu. The option is called TradiotionalFormEvaluationWarning and you should set it to False. Make sure you are on "Global Preferences" in the leftmost dropdown. Screenshot:


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I managed to get rid of the issue by unchecking the "use EDID" flag from the monitor's properties in the Catalyst Control Center. UPDATE. It seems that manually changing the monitor's driver to "Digital flat monitor (1920x1200 60 Hz)" is the best solution in my case!


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I have the same problem. In my case what helps is removing the second (external) monitor. Removing wireless mouse and/or keyboard does not affect the behavior at all. After switching to the notebook's internal monitor Mathematica always loads quickly.


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I forwarded this question to Wolfram technical support and have received a reply. I quote the relevant part (slightly edited for clarity). The interruption of evaluation is intentionally removed [from the Evaluation menu in V10], but if you still would like to use it, you can use the keyboard combination: Option+Cmnd+.. ... filed a bug report for ...


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As pointed in the comments by @Nasser, Monitor needs a front end, so it should be outside ParallelTable. It also needs a variable that acts as a "counter" and that is shared among all the kernels participating in the calculation, for that you can use SetSharedVariable. Therefore, a solution to your question would be: SetSharedVariable[iter] iter = 0 ...



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