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Oct
10
comment Default starting location of “Save as…” dialog in OS X
How is this question different from the previous one?
Oct
10
reviewed Reviewed Default starting location of “Save as…” dialog in OS X
Oct
10
comment Default starting location of “Save as…” dialog in OS X
As developer John Fultz points out in a comment below that question NotebookBrowseDirectory doesn't work on MacOS.
Oct
9
reviewed Reviewed Boundary condition is not specified on a single edge of the boundary of the computational domain
Oct
9
revised Boundary condition is not specified on a single edge of the boundary of the computational domain
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Oct
9
comment A bug in the overloading of MemberQ and FreeQ for Association?
AFAIC yes, and you were right with your update concerning the documentation. I hadn't seen the updates to these parts of the documenation.
Oct
9
reviewed Leave Open Mathematica Giving Me Trouble
Oct
8
revised How to build a bvh (a motion capture file format) player in Mathematica?
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Oct
8
comment A bug in the overloading of MemberQ and FreeQ for Association?
I believe the error is not the printing of Association but that it prints anything at all. Association is atomic and it should have no (visible) members. Compare with expr3=Graph[{1->2}].
Oct
8
reviewed Close Table of central binomial coefficients
Oct
8
comment Table of central binomial coefficients
I don't get that error, but I see that you haven't defined the function B for one argument, yet you call it with one. Also this functions is deeply recursive and could use some memoization to speed up things. Perhaps the function Binomial is useful to you too.
Oct
8
reviewed No Action Needed Looping through a list partition
Oct
8
reviewed Looks OK Is there a command like meshgrid in Mathematica?
Oct
8
comment Is there a command like meshgrid in Mathematica?
@Szabolcs Agreed looking at MATLABs meshgrid documentation it looks like Mathematica has much more comfortable functions that avoid the need for meshgrids. But if one would really needs such a thing Table sounds like a good choice.
Oct
8
reviewed Reviewed How to get updates for Mathematica V10
Oct
8
comment Is there a way to let Mathematica use my Windows credentials to access a proxy server?
@phab Well, that's a pity, but as I said it probably won't work in many cases, however, it did for me.
Oct
8
comment Is there a way to let Mathematica use my Windows credentials to access a proxy server?
@AxelF The Fiddler reference in my answer does that. In fact I do not even have my own password as we work with a card+PIN combination, with password hidden to the user. Fiddler uses Microsoft's single sign on (SSO) mechanism to identify to the proxy without having to know the password.
Oct
8
reviewed Looks OK Pattern matching - comparing two lists
Oct
8
reviewed Close Applying natural log to a table of values
Oct
8
comment Applying natural log to a table of values
Read the comments. The answer is already there.