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Dec
21
accepted Why does FileNameSetter not activate inside ActionMenu?
Dec
21
comment Why does FileNameSetter not activate inside ActionMenu?
Thank you for showing me a cleaner way to accomplish what I was after. Much obliged.
Dec
19
asked Why does FileNameSetter not activate inside ActionMenu?
Nov
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awarded  Good Question
Oct
12
awarded  Popular Question
Sep
9
accepted Interactions between windows & dynamically updating scrollbars
Sep
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answered Interactions between windows & dynamically updating scrollbars
Sep
9
comment Interactions between windows & dynamically updating scrollbars
Thank you for your comment, Rolf. It was just the advice I needed to overcome trouble spots in my code. I never really appreciated the value of Pane until now. Much appreciated!
Sep
7
asked Interactions between windows & dynamically updating scrollbars
Jul
8
comment What is the difference between Update, Run Package, Save and Install for packages?
The scenario I mentioned above happened to me recently on a project I was working on. Specifically, I was using a palette notebook (installed) to create a document (CreateDocument), and then inside that I used Get to call a script containing Print. The only way I could get my Print output to display inside the created document, was to replace Print with TextCell statements. I'm not sure if this behavior is linked to some special attributes of palettes (or created documents) or perhaps $Output. (Also, my apologies for misspelling your name in my first comment.)
Jul
7
comment What is the difference between Update, Run Package, Save and Install for packages?
@Szabolics. Very nice answer, however, you state: "You could evaluate the same expressions in a notebook instead of using Get to read them from a file, and the effect would be the same." There are some subtle gotchas where this is not true. Try Print["hi"] in a notebook, and you get "hi" displayed in the notebook. Try Get containing code with Print["hi"], and Mathematica prints to a Messages notebook, not the notebook that called the package. Subtle, but sometimes important.
Jun
16
accepted Behavior of code changes after a palette is installed
Jun
16
asked Behavior of code changes after a palette is installed
Jun
10
comment Mathematica keeps crashing my machine — is there a way to prevent Mma from eating up so much system resources so this doesn't happen?
Can you provide a specific example of code that causes this crash? Your question seems so generic that I doubt much help can be provided. Perhaps the instability in your system is not Mathematica, but something else.
May
27
accepted Behavior of custom file chooser code changes when placed inside DynamicModule
May
19
answered Behavior of custom file chooser code changes when placed inside DynamicModule
May
15
asked Behavior of custom file chooser code changes when placed inside DynamicModule
May
7
accepted How do you programmatically update a tag using the TaggingRules mechanism?