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Dynamic inside Manipulate A tip that I would like to contribute is to use Dynamic with controls such as sliders, checkboxes and input fields inside Manipulate. This enables one to place the control anywhere (even inside a figure) and to tie controls together. I typically initialize the controls by placing them in the normal spot for Manipulate but setting ...


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This will open a dialog notebook created by CreateDialog as soon as you "drive" over the left sideline. final = DynamicModule[{dialogQ = False}, {Graphics[{{White, Thick, Line[{{200, -500}, {200, 175000}}]}, {Yellow, Thick, Dashing[{.1, .05}], Line[{{500, -500}, {500, 175000}}]}, {White, Thick, Line[{{800, -500}, {800, 175000}}]}, ...


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I tend to do manipulate for lightweight applications because it will auto refresh and I think it looks better. The auto refresh also helps with the user interface because I think it's more intuitive than having to press enter or even a button. Dynamic may be a better choice for applications where the user would want to set multiple parameters to a specific ...



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