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comment Possible Bug of loading Package @ Mathematica 10.1
should this be tagged as a bug?
May
24
comment Rotated strings wrapping inside Item of Pane, vs their ItemSize or “ImageSize” spec
When it is possible, right? Or is it always possible? Did you figured out if this findings were possible from the documentation? Thank you for all this clarifications.
May
24
comment Rotated strings wrapping inside Item of Pane, vs their ItemSize or “ImageSize” spec
@kguler 100% done!
May
24
comment Rotated strings wrapping inside Item of Pane, vs their ItemSize or “ImageSize” spec
@kguler 50% done! Don't you want to add as an answer? Could we conclude it from the documentation, or is this solution an unexpected side effect correcting the original side effect?
May
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comment Rotated strings wrapping inside Item of Pane, vs their ItemSize or “ImageSize” spec
@ciao please see my updated examples
May
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revised Rotated strings wrapping inside Item of Pane, vs their ItemSize or “ImageSize” spec
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comment Rotated strings wrapping inside Item of Pane, vs their ItemSize or “ImageSize” spec
@ciao Sure. But there seems to be nothing wrong with the two posted ways. I can see that there are many ways of doing the same thing, but they should be doing the same thing, shouldn't they? Should we always try to guess which way works, even if they are both sound?
May
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asked Rotated strings wrapping inside Item of Pane, vs their ItemSize or “ImageSize” spec
May
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comment How to set row height in Grid?
@Yu-SungChang Could we imagine this behaviour being "corrected" in the future? I have the filling that there's a lot of historic "garbage" accumulated in all these definitions, and this, mixed up with some bugs, makes a lot of confusion and frustration. For instance, I find the following behaviour extremely confusing: Grid[{{Item[Rotate["this is a long test example", Pi/2],ItemSize -> {3, 50}]}}, Frame -> True]. I know that you probably can't answer to this comment, but I would like to express my frustration.
May
23
comment Issue with combining weighted data log histograms
The issue remains in version 10.0.2; Can someone please check in 10.1.0, so to tag this as a bug (isn't it?). Also, does anyone know if this has been reported to WR? This problem also happens, for a single Histogram, where we enter a specific plot range.
May
14
comment Stitching Mathematica-produced movies together
+1 I take this opportunity to tell you that your package works great for me. I've been importing a lot of videos, with zero problems! THANK YOU
May
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comment How to set focus of a dialog window?
If I'm not mistaken, most languages just use a kind of sequence ID parameter (it just searches for the next element, following a canonical order of the ID parameter or of an orderID parameter). This allows for old methods: name the objects 10, 20, 30, etc, so that you still have room in between, just in case something is missing during design phase. Having a list of BoxID also seems a good possibility (more clean; although I'm not sure if easier or more complex when working with dynamically generated interfaces; I have a lot of them... kind of objects that the user adds in between others...)
May
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comment How to set focus of a dialog window?
Right. But through which order? Can you change the default order? In most visual languages, you can easily change the order of these jumps...
May
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comment How to set focus of a dialog window?
Now it's only missing the tab key jump order control !
May
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revised Dynamically change the ViewCenter location of a 3D graphics
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asked Dynamically change the ViewCenter location of a 3D graphics
May
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reviewed Approve NSolve and Loop - getting error that does not occur with single instance
May
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revised How to extract the transformation rules used/identified by ImageAlign?
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