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awarded  Nice Question
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accepted my Mathematica has turned orange and not able to find out why
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comment my Mathematica has turned orange and not able to find out why
@SjoerdC.deVries added screen shot. It is under display->Calibrate color. If you can answer this, so I can accept and close this. Your hint made me try this.
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revised my Mathematica has turned orange and not able to find out why
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comment my Mathematica has turned orange and not able to find out why
@SjoerdC.deVries I just did. I run the control panel->Calibrate color-> and clicked next to all options (did not actually change anything) and then clicked apply. Then I restarted Mathematica. And now the color orange has gone ! and it is now turned back to the way it was. If you like to post this as an answer, so I can accept it. This might be useful if it happens to someone in the future.
Jun
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comment my Mathematica has turned orange and not able to find out why
@SjoerdC.deVries added result to my question.
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revised my Mathematica has turned orange and not able to find out why
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revised my Mathematica has turned orange and not able to find out why
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comment my Mathematica has turned orange and not able to find out why
@ilian well, ok, but I am afraid to break something, it is only Mathematica which turned orange after the windows update. But if there is no other solution, then will try to do this later on. thanks for the suggestion.
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revised my Mathematica has turned orange and not able to find out why
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revised my Mathematica has turned orange and not able to find out why
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comment my Mathematica has turned orange and not able to find out why
@Mr.Wizard No, the monitor is fine. I have 2 monitors, new, and they all bright and working fine. Mathematica remain orange on both monitors. All my others apps are not orange. Well, it is not a huge problem for now, as the notebook interface has the white background still. So I can live with it. But thought to check in case it is a know issue or someone can suggest something.
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revised my Mathematica has turned orange and not able to find out why
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asked my Mathematica has turned orange and not able to find out why
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comment How to export images in EPS format that can be opened in CorelDraw
You should use Linux, then all what you have to do is click on the file ;) but I would not even save from Mathematica as eps. You could save the image to pdf, and then crop it then convert it to eps, like this: pdfcrop --margins 10 --clip image.pdf image.pdf then pdftops -f 1 -l 1 -level3 -eps image.pdf pdfcrop comes with texlive. Very nice program. It removes all empty space around the image from the pdf. I have script that does the above for all my pdf images.
Jun
27
comment How to get arrowheads scaled to be a fixed fraction of the arrows' lengths?
Similar to above. arrow[{pt1_, pt2_}] := {Arrowheads[0.002 EuclideanDistance[pt1, pt2]], Arrow[{pt1, pt2}]}; arr = arrow[#] & /@ {{{1, 0}, {0, 1}}, {{3, 2}, {1, 0}}, {{0, 5}, {3, 2}}, {{-5, 0}, {0, 5}}, {{3, -8}, {-5, 0}}, {{16, 5}, {3, -8}}, {{-5, 26}, {16, 5}}, {{-39, -8}, {-5, 26}}}; Graphics[arr] screen shot !Mathematica graphics
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comment Mathematica equivalent to Python long raw strings? handling escape characters in packages
No problem Simon. Everything is working very well. Except that when an problem happen, hard to know from which line it came, since I do not see the commands as they run. But I am using lots of Print in the script to help :) Thanks.
Jun
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comment Union of two or more lists
Your output does not match what you describe. r1 = Union[list1[[-1]], #] & /@ list2; r2 = Union[list2[[-1]], #] & /@ list3; r3 = {r1, r2}