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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?
May
7
comment How do you programmatically update a tag using the TaggingRules mechanism?
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May
2
comment How do you programmatically update a tag using the TaggingRules mechanism?
@Kuba Tired eyes. Yes, your observation about [] after EvaluationNotebook is certainly appreciated. That explains why the notebook kept "beeping" at me. Unfortunately, the primary issue still remains.
May
2
asked How do you programmatically update a tag using the TaggingRules mechanism?
Apr
15
awarded  Popular Question
Mar
15
accepted How can I force an installed, user-created palette to automatically evaluate?
Mar
15
comment How can I force an installed, user-created palette to automatically evaluate?
You have explained exactly what I was doing wrong! I was confusing the source notebook used to construct the palette with the palette notebook that is actually created upon executing the source notebook. Thank you for the kindness of your reply! That takes care of "gotcha" number 4,387,203. ;)
Mar
14
asked How can I force an installed, user-created palette to automatically evaluate?
Feb
22
comment citation insertion from bibtex file does not seem to work
I have had success using a literature database created by JabRef (jabref.sourceforge.net), which uses BibTex. I've been able to get Mathematica V8, 9 & 10 to work with it, under Windows. Even so, the current citation management of Mathematica is very frail and prone to crashing.
Jan
26
awarded  Yearling
Jan
21
accepted Can a System symbol spontaneously leak into a Global namespace?
Jan
19
revised Can a System symbol spontaneously leak into a Global namespace?
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Jan
19
revised Can a System symbol spontaneously leak into a Global namespace?
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Jan
19
comment Can a System symbol spontaneously leak into a Global namespace?
@Simon Woods. Again, thank you. Your comment has brought me back from the brink of insanity. I would like to encourage you to add your comment above as an answer to this question, because it is the first piece of information that has shed light on the problem. I am adding another edit to my post, and would welcome any thoughts you may have, as new questions arise from your information. Finally, what made you think to look in the stylesheet for this suspicious symbol?
Jan
19
comment Can a System symbol spontaneously leak into a Global namespace?
@ybeltukox and Simon Woods. Thank you for taking time out of your day to run my code and provide invaluable feedback. Both of you made statements that are beginning to clarify the situation.
Jan
18
revised Can a System symbol spontaneously leak into a Global namespace?
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Jan
10
comment Can a System symbol spontaneously leak into a Global namespace?
@Stefan R. You are correct. The program produces correct output. My primary concern about the shadow warning is that I can't explain it, and don't want that to interfere with potential future publication of the program.
Jan
10
comment Can a System symbol spontaneously leak into a Global namespace?
@Daniel L. and @ Stefan R. I have just sent a minimal example to WRI technical support. The tracking number is -CASE:2211879 if either of you are curious enough to take a look. I appreciate your following this thread. Thank you.