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Nov
12
comment Bug in RepeatedNull?
@Rojo, good example. Interesting that both {} /. s : {h ...} :> s and {} /. s : {_ ...} :> s behave as expected
Nov
11
comment Find a notebook I had open recently
I have to agree with belisarius and Sjoerd, use the OS search facility. E.g. on Windows 7 you just hit the windows button and type ext:.nb date:>25/10/2013 to instantly find all notebooks modified after 25th October.
Nov
11
comment Enlarge the axes text
Aaargh, my eyes...
Nov
11
comment Change base font for all graphics objects
Related: this and this
Nov
10
comment Rasterize uses default stylesheet if ImageSize is specified
Alexey, the Properties & Relations section of the Rasterize help file shows what I mean. In the first picture the text stays the same size (i.e. the same absolute size in pixels) when the ImageSize is changed, this is the behaviour I wanted. In the second picture the text magnifies in proportion to the image size, this is also what happens with your code. Neither behaviour is incorrect, they are just different.
Nov
10
revised Rasterize uses default stylesheet if ImageSize is specified
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Nov
10
comment Rasterize uses default stylesheet if ImageSize is specified
@Rojo, okay - that's what I see too.
Nov
10
comment Rasterize uses default stylesheet if ImageSize is specified
Since Mike's comment has received two upvotes I have taken that as community consensus that this is a bug and have tagged it as such. I will report it to WRI.
Nov
10
revised Rasterize uses default stylesheet if ImageSize is specified
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Nov
10
answered Rasterize uses default stylesheet if ImageSize is specified
Nov
10
comment Rasterize uses default stylesheet if ImageSize is specified
This is a useful trick, but when I specify a reduced ImageSize in Rasterize I get the labels coming out demagnified.
Nov
9
comment Rasterize uses default stylesheet if ImageSize is specified
@Rojo, lol - I've just realised the workaround - Rasterize[Show[p, ImageSize -> 200]]
Nov
9
comment Rasterize uses default stylesheet if ImageSize is specified
@Rojo, not quite. That shrinks the labels - what I want is something that looks like Show[p, ImageSize -> 200] but in raster form.
Nov
9
asked Rasterize uses default stylesheet if ImageSize is specified
Nov
6
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Nov
6
comment Why can I still hear sound when the frequency of the periodic function inside Play is higher than the range of human ear?
+1 for annoying teenagers
Nov
6
comment Why can I still hear sound when the frequency of the periodic function inside Play is higher than the range of human ear?
I was similarly disappointed when GrayLevel[10^50] failed to produce a gigawatt laser cannon.
Nov
6
comment How to modify tick's range in Image3D
Have you seen Raster3D? This allows you to specify the range of x, y and z.
Nov
5
answered How to limit the argument to binary type in mathematica function
Nov
5
comment Fill circle layers with colors according to read values from a plotted curve
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