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awarded  Nice Answer
Jun
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comment How to display cell groups in documentation pages
@BrettChampion Ctrl-A selects everything in a notebook. Isn't this a bit extreme in some cases? You end up opening/closing all cells in a notebook.
Jun
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awarded  Self-Learner
Jun
15
comment How to display cell groups in documentation pages
@MikeHoneychurch Indeed! you just have to look at the Doc pages for examples of this behaviour. There is also a WholeCellGroupOpener option in the inspector which renders all cells un editable, but you can open close any group simply by clicking on it. Good for read-only stuff.
Jun
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answered How to display cell groups in documentation pages
Jun
15
asked How to display cell groups in documentation pages
Jun
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awarded  Nice Answer
Jun
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accepted Best way to add KeyEvents and faster Quit
Jun
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asked Using citations with Workbench
May
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comment How to add an entirely new menu
I feared that. Still..is it possible to force MMA to read and apply a new MenuSetup.tr file during a session? maybe by restarting the fron-end?
May
31
comment How to add an entirely new menu
@Szabolcs No problem :-)
May
30
asked How to add an entirely new menu
May
30
comment Best way to add KeyEvents and faster Quit
I like the FrontEndExecute argument. TOTALLY undocumented, lol. Can the same thing be done with the KeyEventTranslations ? Perhaps with some equally undocumented AddKeyEvent command?
May
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comment Best way to add KeyEvents and faster Quit
@IstvánZachar it works the same even if you do not put the AddMenu string. I took it off
May
30
asked Best way to add KeyEvents and faster Quit
May
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comment Creating and editing new stylesheets
I answered this way because, from your question, it seemed like you were not aware of the Quit command. Quitting and restarting used to be a slow and painful process with the first versions of MMA, partly because PCs were comparatively slow back then, but now it takes a few millisecs to restart the whole thing and have a clean slate, so why bother?
May
27
answered Creating and editing new stylesheets
May
21
comment Where does Workbench deploy to?
I wish to report the following bug in WB: if you use WB and MMA on Windows on a non-English system, the "Application Data" folder has a different name (it gets translated). MMA takes this into account with BaseDirectory and UserBaseDirectory, but WB keeps using "Application Data" as the name of the folder with its BaseDirectory and UserBaseDirectory checkboxes. That's why I could not find my package at first. Maybe this bug exists also with other OS
May
21
comment Where does Workbench deploy to?
thank you @Leonid.I have no experience with Ant (yet), but this is the second time you mentioned it, while answering to one of my questions. I guess it is high time to have a look at it :-)
May
21
comment Where does Workbench deploy to?
thank you for the very rapid answer (< 4 minutes).