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StringTake[ ExampleData[{"Text", "Hamlet"}] <> "@", List /@ {45, 114, 132, 134, 138, 142, 2933, 2939, -1, 2994, 3184, 3189, 3213, 3305, 3364, 3427, 3446, 3473}] // StringJoin


Jul
13
answered Dynamic with RegionNearest keeps one CPU core at 100% - Is this a bug?
Jul
13
comment Dynamic with RegionNearest keeps one CPU core at 100% - Is this a bug?
This looks like a bug worth reporting. In the meantime you can work around it using Refresh
Jul
13
comment Mathematica code for hidden Markov models (HMM)
This needs a v10 answer :)
Jul
12
comment MapAt and generic Functions on Associations and Datasets
@alancalvitti I think you are having a precedence problem. Is this what you want? data[All, {Key[b] -> (Framed[#] &)}] // Normal
Jul
11
comment Menu commands on Palettes and other windows without menu bars?
Haha. Btw, there's also selecting the palette and using ctrl+shift+o shortcut
Jul
11
comment Menu commands on Palettes and other windows without menu bars?
I see you never had to bring back to center windows that had been moved 3 monitors away from sight :P
Jul
11
comment Menu commands on Palettes and other windows without menu bars?
The same dropdown where you can choose global, selection, selected notebook, ..... Anyway, this would force you to save the palette WITH the menu bar on. That's not good
Jul
11
comment Menu commands on Palettes and other windows without menu bars?
You don't need the focus on the palette to use the option inspector. You can choose the specific notebook from the dropdown. We need an easier way out of this, hummm
Jul
11
accepted Implementing efficient multiple undo
Jul
2
awarded  Inquisitive
Jul
2
awarded  Curious
Jun
27
awarded  Popular Question
Jun
23
comment Extract what symbol is set by SetDelayed, Set, TagSet, UpSet, SetAttributes, etc
Perhaps Options and the others can be defined with := as well as =. Why do you choose to make Condition and PatternTest fail?
Jun
23
comment Extract what symbol is set by SetDelayed, Set, TagSet, UpSet, SetAttributes, etc
Also, even though automatic reordering happens, it may be nicer to put the definitions of general Set and SetDelayed at the end
Jun
23
comment Extract what symbol is set by SetDelayed, Set, TagSet, UpSet, SetAttributes, etc
Also you could DeleteDuplicates on List @@ Map[visit, Hold[args]]
Jun
23
comment Extract what symbol is set by SetDelayed, Set, TagSet, UpSet, SetAttributes, etc
Humm, there's the manual way of defining XValues[sym]={lalalla} for all DownValues, OwnValues etc.
Jun
23
comment How to change the appearance of a Cell GroupOpener?
Or a style with a CellDynamicExpression that runs once, and replaces itself with another style and in the process parses possible cellgroups? All hacks, nothing nice
Jun
23
comment How to change the appearance of a Cell GroupOpener?
@Silvia hehe, a NotebookDynamicExpression that continuously reparses the whole notebook :D. Speaking seriously, I also doubt it is possible to set the group opener variable by style. Perhaps there's some undocumented event that triggers on each new cell group? Who knows
Jun
23
comment How to change the appearance of a Cell GroupOpener?
Nice one. @AlexeiBoulbitch Perhaps a palette would be a simpler compromise than trying to do magic with a stylesheet, and would allow you to turn it on and off on the selected cellgroup
Jun
17
awarded  Good Answer