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I agree with this comment, so let me put here a wiki: I'm reasonably certain this is designed behavior - the variable coloring is only supposed to apply to the Global` context. As an indication, in Preferences>Appearance>Syntax Coloring>Other the typical blue color is assigned to "Global symbols that have no value assigned". I'm not aware ...


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The WolframSSH.jar file in 10.0.1 and 10.0.2 is broken. In fact, WolframSSH.jar has not accepted alternate locations for the keyfile locations (and I don't know what the default directories are that it searches) since before version 8. So there are 2 possible solutions. One is to use the v9 version of WolframSSH.jar. The other (and the one I recommend) is ...


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Put the protect/unprotect into the table: ParallelTable[Unprotect[Power]; Power[0 | 0., 0 | 0.] = 1; Protect[Power]; 0^0, {i, 5}] I'm not sure how to do it globally, but you can make it a bit less painful if ParallelTable has to be called many times: setPow := (Unprotect[Power]; Power[0 | 0., 0 | 0.] = 1; Protect[Power];); ParallelTable[setPow; 0^0, ...



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