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Apr
22
comment How do I use the third and fourth arguments of Parenthesize?
@QuantumDot yes of course, edited. thanks
Apr
22
revised How do I use the third and fourth arguments of Parenthesize?
edited code style
Apr
22
answered How do I use the third and fourth arguments of Parenthesize?
Apr
16
awarded  Nice Answer
Apr
11
comment Custom PopupMenu file selector
@Kuba Unfortunately I cannot stand typos :-) I am reviewing old questions relating to menus, before posting mine.
Apr
11
revised Custom PopupMenu file selector
edited small typo in title
Apr
9
awarded  Civic Duty
Apr
8
comment Advice for Mathematica as Mathematician's Aid
Even better: you can put in random numbers from the specified domain and check that the difference is always 0
Mar
22
comment How to implement Feynman function notation?
@J.M. you're welcome :-)
Mar
22
answered How to implement Feynman function notation?
Mar
14
comment How to find the background color in Placeholder
The moral is that both techniques are good to know
Mar
14
comment How to find the background color in Placeholder
Great answer too, thank you
Mar
14
comment How to find the background color in Placeholder
Thanks Kuba, I was looking forward to this kind of technique.
Mar
14
accepted How to find the background color in Placeholder
Mar
14
asked How to find the background color in Placeholder
Mar
10
comment Cannot find BaseDirectory or UserBaseDirectory in Mac OS El Capitan
Great answer! Thanks
Mar
10
comment Cannot find BaseDirectory or UserBaseDirectory in Mac OS El Capitan
Good things to know, thanks
Mar
10
accepted Cannot find BaseDirectory or UserBaseDirectory in Mac OS El Capitan
Mar
8
comment Cannot find BaseDirectory or UserBaseDirectory in Mac OS El Capitan
@Kuba if you write your answer I will accept it
Mar
8
comment Cannot find BaseDirectory or UserBaseDirectory in Mac OS El Capitan
@m_goldberg No custom install, I edited the paths and their status. I ultimately solved the problem following Kuba advice. But I first tried Stefan's trick (also found online): /Users/Alessandro/Library becomes visible but cannot be opened, while /Library/Mathematica simply does not exist. All in all the only reasonable solution seems to be Koba's SystemOpen one. All this is not easily found in the documentation. I am a bit disappointed by WRI. What is the point in making these important directories so hard to reach?