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Jul
13
comment Arithmetic operation on the value returned by Solve
+1 for better follow-up (I don't have time now to test though)
Apr
3
comment Emacs key bind on Mathematica Linux
For those who downloaded the .tr files from the link above, I just found & fixed errors so please download from the same link.
Feb
23
comment Some windows go off display
Well, I don't know what was the real solution or such, but since I ran this command / evaluated the code here, I haven't seen the issue. So I chose this as the best answer for now.
Feb
23
comment Some windows go off display
Mine is 13 in., bought in 2008.
Feb
14
comment Differentiation w/o assiging concrete values
@acl yes, I guess in my particular situation the variable v might contain something and thus Mathematica tried to evaluate it. Thx
Feb
14
comment Some windows go off display
Ctrl+F6 unfortunately doesn't let switch happen on my Mac; it just activates Mac's local feature (brightness on mine).
Feb
14
comment Some windows go off display
+1. This relocates the window on my env. so this is a valid workaround. It'd be even nicer if there's simpler command though.
Feb
6
comment Function that takes another function inside
@rcollyer oh, I should have copied my code myself if I knew someone would do that...thanks!
Feb
6
comment Function that takes another function inside
@J. M. Oh that makes complete sense. I'll do that from next time (not for this question since I've already marked as solved).
Feb
6
comment Function that takes another function inside
I think Clear did the work for me (now have another error), and it makes me realize that capital 'O' is reserved by Mathematica. Anyway thanks!
Feb
6
comment Function that takes another function inside
@David I agree with minimality. Why is image bad? I thought it'd better when it comes to semi-graphical programming tool like Mathematica
Feb
1
comment bar and hat only apply to certain letters
I just chose the best easiest solution but all the answers given so far are of value to me for learning Mathematica's functionality. Thx
Feb
1
comment Some windows go off display
Well I found Options Inspector, and "Notebook Options" -> "Window Properties" but I don't find any location setting there. Only "WindowSize" seems relevant. Besides that, I can't modify any of the settings (when I tried, error sound beeps and didn't let the settings change).
Feb
1
comment Some windows go off display
@Spartacus and [at]rcollyer thanks for the image! I believe that would help others coming later.