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 Mar 11 accepted How to let Graphics3D show texts only within the plot range? Mar 11 revised How to let Graphics3D show texts only within the plot range? ImageMargins -> ImagePadding Mar 11 revised How to let Graphics3D show texts only within the plot range? added 18 characters in body Mar 11 revised How to let Graphics3D show texts only within the plot range? added 49 characters in body Mar 11 comment How to let Graphics3D show texts only within the plot range? @DavidG.Stork I have a Graphics3D object and I want to have a "zoomed-in" version for some part of it. The texts outside will be annoying (they are hovering in the air without the graphics). Mar 11 asked How to let Graphics3D show texts only within the plot range? Jan 19 awarded Popular Question Sep 22 awarded Nice Question Sep 22 comment Cannot get nearest neighbors from Nearest But for integer inputs it seems correct: Nearest[Range[6], 3, {10, 2}] == Nearest[Range[6], 3, {10, 2}, DistanceFunction -> (Norm[#1 - #2] &)] (* True *) Sep 22 revised Cannot get nearest neighbors from Nearest Nearest is inclusive with provided with the r Sep 22 revised Cannot get nearest neighbors from Nearest added a stranger case Sep 22 comment Cannot get nearest neighbors from Nearest Actually Nearest[v, 39.28, {6, 9}] gives the same result ({39.28}) on 10.2, so it may not a rounding problem. Sep 22 comment Cannot get nearest neighbors from Nearest Thanks. But the comment on the radius is not true: Nearest[{1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6}, 3, {10, 2}] will gives {3, 2, 4, 1, 5}. Sep 22 asked Cannot get nearest neighbors from Nearest Sep 22 revised Good coding for a tricky expansion with convolutions, limits, substitutions More strict wording about PDF Sep 22 suggested approved edit on Good coding for a tricky expansion with convolutions, limits, substitutions Sep 22 revised Incompatibility between CDF document and reveal.js added 2 characters in body Sep 22 comment Incompatibility between CDF document and reveal.js @Silvia IE 32-bit and IE 64-bit are two different executables: one in C:\Program Files (x86)\Internet Explorer and the other in C:\Program Files\Internet Explorer, so you can check the shortcut you use. But I have just found that IE 64-bit works fine. Maybe Wolfram has added the 64-bit support for IE undocumentedly. Sep 22 revised Incompatibility between CDF document and reveal.js The situation with dzslides Sep 22 comment Incompatibility between CDF document and reveal.js @Silvia AFAIK CDF player only supports 32-bit browsers. Are your Chrome and Edge of 32-bit?