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Mathematica 10.0 Windows 7, 64-bit, 2 CPUs

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Mar
29
comment Non-preemptive evaluation of a dynamic function?
@Albert Yes, I guess it is. I was thinking overnight whether there is any subtle difference offering an escape, but no, there is no solution to this issue yet. Would be nice to know more about why the Method option was not implemented for dynamic controllers other than Button.
Mar
28
comment Non-preemptive evaluation of a dynamic function?
@Albert Thanks! I did perform a search but missed that one. Seems to be relevant and thus the answer to my question is no.
Mar
28
comment Click on a curve to start Manipulating another function
@su1 I made an error (corrected now) by initially setting x instead of menu, which is the correct dynamic variable. Could you please check whether it still does not work?
Mar
28
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28
asked Non-preemptive evaluation of a dynamic function?
Mar
28
awarded  Nice Question
Mar
27
comment Create triangular mesh from random list of points
Don't worry about the images, people here are usually helpful on solve this issue. I've shortened your Q as it cointained some irrelevant overhead, please feel free to roll back the edit if you find it incorrect.
Mar
27
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Mar
27
revised Why are these flow lines cut short?
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27
revised Why are these flow lines cut short?
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Mar
27
answered Why are these flow lines cut short?
Mar
27
comment How to make a defined symbol stay in symbol form?
You might want to restrain yourself giving ownvalues to such symbols. Use them rather in local replacements like: Clear[w, g]; (w + g)/. {w->1, g->2}. So if you want the unevaluated symbol form, you can always write {w, g}[[2]] to get g.
Mar
27
comment Sorting a matrix alphanumerically
@Mr.W yes, I was thinking about this though some confirmation from Hauke would be useful before delving deep. Surely then we need a metric on how well a matrix is ordered.
Mar
27
comment Click on a curve to start Manipulating another function
My examples are fairly general, I only left the final Epilog part to be converted to a Table or Map, as an exercise. Thanks for the accept, though mind that it is generally more rewarding to wait a few days before accepting an answer so that other, even better solutions could appear!
Mar
27
comment Sorting a matrix alphanumerically
Sounds interesting, but I fail to get how the expected result is lexicographically ordered: h > g (rows are not ordered according to lex) and h > b (columns are not ordered...).
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answered Click on a curve to start Manipulating another function
Mar
26
accepted Alternative updating of a dynamic expression