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Jun
27
comment How to get arrowheads scaled to be a fixed fraction of the arrows' lengths?
Thanks! After I tried your answer (and also Nasser's), I realized that the wording of my question was ambiguous. I have added a couple of sentences to my post to disambiguate it. Basically, the arrowheads need to be a fixed fraction of the length of the arrow. (If you multiply all the points in pts by, say, 0.01, you'll see the problem.)
Jun
27
revised How to get arrowheads scaled to be a fixed fraction of the arrows' lengths?
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Jun
27
comment How to get the size of a specific image in the front end?
@kglr: Marvelous. Thanks!
Jun
27
comment How to scale multiple graphics to preserve relative sizes?
Thanks. I have edited my post to specify more precisely what I'm after.
Jun
27
revised How to scale multiple graphics to preserve relative sizes?
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revised How to scale multiple graphics to preserve relative sizes?
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Jun
27
asked How to get arrowheads scaled to be a fixed fraction of the arrows' lengths?
Jun
27
revised How to get the size of a specific image in the front end?
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27
asked How to get the size of a specific image in the front end?
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27
revised How to scale multiple graphics to preserve relative sizes?
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27
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27
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Jun
25
revised How to expand multiple cells at once?
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25
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Jun
25
comment How to implement a live-searchable table view?
@Kuba: agreed. Inexplicable gaps like this one is one of the reasons that Mathematica gets its clocked cleaned (market-share-wise) by overall vastly inferior rivals (e.g. MATLAB). I wonder if the reason for such gaps is that filling them entails implementing familiar, run-of-the-mill stuff, with little room for mind-blowing, epochal innovation; they just can't work up the enthusiasm for the job. (Ironically, it's precisely the humdrum, everyday, thoroughly familiar stuff that people often miss in Mathematica... Like simple options for specifying ticks, for crying out loud...)
Jun
21
accepted Locator-based abscissa ranges widget
Jun
21
comment Locator-based abscissa ranges widget
I was wrong: I have no questions!
Jun
21
comment Locator-based abscissa ranges widget
Thanks! I'm sure I will have questions, but it will take me a little while to digest your answer...
Jun
20
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20
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