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Feb
7
comment Is there a way to redefine the looks of buttons, tabs and other UI elements?
Oh, I see. Yeah, I know it's OS-controlled, but I thought that maybe there's a way to redefine the looks of, eg, a button... :(
Feb
7
asked Is there a way to redefine the looks of buttons, tabs and other UI elements?
Jan
21
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Jan
15
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Nov
27
comment Mathematica crashes X in Ubuntu
is this the complete list of files in that directory? I was looking for only those who were written in the last update... :) ('man find' can help)
Nov
27
comment Mathematica crashes X in Ubuntu
you're welcome. 2>&1 supposedly takes stderr, redirects it to stdout and the redirects both, with > mathlog.log, to the file. Can you get a list of the packages updated last? You can go look into /var/cache/apt and there are the actual deb files there, with dates. You can use the 'find' command to get only those created after a certain date (those in the last update). Thanks!
Nov
27
comment Mathematica crashes X in Ubuntu
Hi, can you try: mathematica 2>&1 > mathlog.log ? Thanks!
Nov
27
comment Mathematica crashes X in Ubuntu
Can you launch mathematica from inside a terminal and redirect the (possible) output to a file, and then paste the content of that file in the question? That would provide some information. As it stands, it's almost impossible to answer, unless someone has had the same behaviour. I would suspect some X server craziness.
Jul
28
comment Using Select on list of vectors
You can also use Cases: Cases[data,{,,x_}/;x>6]
May
5
comment joining lists based on content
@Mr.Wizard Admitting I understand the question, I don't think so.
May
5
accepted joining lists based on content
May
5
comment joining lists based on content
Ah, got it. Thanks! Great!
May
5
comment joining lists based on content
Hi, That works great, but I don't understand the last part of the substitution rule, could you explain it? (the one with {l:{h__,m_List,t__}}:>l}
May
5
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May
5
comment joining lists based on content
@rm-rf 1) sets {a,b,c,{d,e,f}} can be missing, 2) I do not particularly care, in the worst case I can do a SortBy on the element of interest. Thanks!
May
5
comment joining lists based on content
belisarius, I tried to explain better my question above, does this answer you question too?
May
5
revised joining lists based on content
i added an example....
May
5
comment joining lists based on content
Ah, I see. I forgot to mention that a given set a,b,c,{d,e,f} would appear just once in both lists, but not forcibly in the same position in both. Sorry, does this clear up the question?
May
5
comment joining lists based on content
Hi, belisarius:letters are just placeholders: the key idea is just to put the data together. rm-rf: I have 2 lists whose elements are those outlined there. a,b,c,{d,e,f} are the same (in Math, AFAIK, the same symbol represents the same thing ;))
May
5
asked joining lists based on content