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comment How to delete subsets quickly?
Closely related, though different: (8154)
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revised Color degrades when using Copy As Bitmap
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comment Color degrades when using Copy As Bitmap
@Oleksandr Not all RGB profiles are recognized by Windows as valid monitor profiles; I believe the file must be .icm not .icc though I have not explored it further. Why should Mathematica be transforming on either copy or paste? I think the RGB triplets should not be touched, and the monitor profile should be used for display only should it not? This is how Windows itself works which is why Print Screen doesn't change anything, copy or paste.
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comment Color degrades when using Copy As Bitmap
@Oleksandr I was not able to set the ICC profile as monitor colorspace because it is not recognized as a valid monitor profile. However following your idea I set a different monitor profile and repeated the experiment. This resulted in degradation in a different pattern than the one shown above indicating this is related if not directly causal. Why would (or rather should) Mathematica be changing the data based on the monitor profile? This feels like a bug to me but I need confirmation.
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reviewed Leave Open Keep leading/trailing zeroes (like Defer except with numbers) in a given number
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comment Color degrades when using Copy As Bitmap
@Oleksandr I feel ignorant; I did not know that Mathematica had its own ICC profile. Please tell me more or give me the appropriate documentation link.
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asked Color degrades when using Copy As Bitmap
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answered Keep leading/trailing zeroes (like Defer except with numbers) in a given number
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comment Keep leading/trailing zeroes (like Defer except with numbers) in a given number
@inkyvoyd How would you distinguish this input from normal numbers? Adding two characters " is pretty concise already is it not?
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comment Typesetting a formula
I voted to leave this open because I don't see an answer for the "Why is that?" part of the question.
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reviewed Leave Open Typesetting a formula
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comment Keep leading/trailing zeroes (like Defer except with numbers) in a given number
@inkyvoyd I am semi-inactive on Stack Exchange at the moment, just doing moderator duties, but I'll try to look at that example tomorrow. What (in my opinion) you are missing is that Mathematica directly interprets the input 00001.343200 as 1.3432` -- these are literally identical as far as the system is concerned. So if you need to preserve exact input forms it is better to use the String expression type, i.e. "00001.343200". If you describe what you wish to accomplish people can probably help you find a solution, even if it's not exactly what you had in mind.
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comment Keep leading/trailing zeroes (like Defer except with numbers) in a given number
Possible duplicate: (83698)
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comment Pattern and Orderless function
@Olivier You're welcome. I note however that you posted a second comment as an answer; you need to register an account to make full use of this site. You should then use the contact form to request a merge of that new account with your old one.
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answered Partition a list into sublists of different lengths
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revised Pattern and Orderless function
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answered Pattern and Orderless function
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