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Jul
6
comment What is the idiomatic way to shift and extend a list by a number of elements?
@DavidZhang: Yes, indeed!
Jul
6
comment How do I get rid of the marks at the top of bars in DiscretePlot?
@BobHanlon: It turns out I've asked this question before?
Jul
6
comment How do I get rid of the marks at the top of bars in DiscretePlot?
@BobHanlon: Yes. How do I get rid of those horizontal lines, without disrupting whatever filling setting I've chosen?
Jul
6
comment How do I get rid of the marks at the top of bars in DiscretePlot?
@BobHanlon: I'm just asking for the appropriate option.
Jul
6
accepted What is the idiomatic way to shift and extend a list by a number of elements?
Jul
6
comment What is the idiomatic way to shift and extend a list by a number of elements?
Cool. I knew there had to be something.
Jul
6
asked How do I get rid of the marks at the top of bars in DiscretePlot?
Jul
6
asked What is the idiomatic way to shift and extend a list by a number of elements?
Jul
5
accepted How do I define a random variable involving Part?
Jul
4
comment How do I define a random variable involving Part?
@ciao: Good point, I do want to use MMA probability functions and need the distribution.
Jul
3
comment How do I define a random variable involving Part?
@Guesswhoitis.: Sounds like that could be an answer then.
Jul
3
comment How do I define a random variable involving Part?
@Guesswhoitis.: So I can't use a random variable but to generate a sample?
Jul
3
asked How do I define a random variable involving Part?
Jun
28
comment Can I disable specific items in a PopuMenu control?
All it does is the last of the requirements: "the item is grayed out, and the UI provides no affordance for clicking when the mouse is over the item: the cursor does not change, the item is not highlighted, and clicking produces no change at all (nothing happens)"
Jun
26
comment Can I disable specific items in a PopuMenu control?
Neither of these work.
Jun
26
comment Can I disable specific items in a PopuMenu control?
@Kuba: In that case, I'll take a resounding "no" as an answer; and I'll ask a new question about a possible alternate approach that might work for me.
Jun
26
comment Can I disable specific items in a PopuMenu control?
@Kuba: It should behave just as a disabled menu item in the hosting GUI behaves — e.g., on OS X, the item is grayed out, and the UI provides no affordance for clicking when the mouse is over the item: the cursor does not change, the item is not highlighted, and clicking produces no change at all (nothing happens). It sounds like the answer is actually "no".
Jun
26
comment Can I disable specific items in a PopuMenu control?
@Kuba: Just says "too low". I can still click it, and it still looks enabled. Disabled == does not respond to clicks and shows disabled UI affordance.
Jun
25
comment Can I disable specific items in a PopuMenu control?
@Kuba: Better for me is Manipulate. And the above doesn't disable; should it?
Jun
25
revised Can I disable specific items in a PopuMenu control?
Tidy.