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A public display of Eating your own dog food can be educational. Starting from the post by J.M. above, we can extract the Legend colours from the FullForm of the final plot. We test these as below: SwatchLegend[{RGBColor[1.`, 0.92`, 0.5`], ...
I maintain a set of packages for engineering which include approx 1000 pages of documentation. This used to be nicely accessible from the Mathematica Help system back in the days before paclets. Can your toolkit utilize existing documentation...
The DialogReturn example you quoted works fine, running on Mathematica version "11.3.0 for Mac OS X x86 (64-bit) (March 7, 2018)" on an iMac with Mac OS High Sierra 10.13.6. A wild guess - are the batteries in your cordless Mac mouse almost dead?
Thank you for sharing this interesting body of work. I installed the package as per the instructions and am exploring the examples. As it happens the first one I tried, from the file "ExampleOfUse.md" has a minor issue. The code: ...
[G-Code][1] contains no information about the part dimensions, and very little about the shape of the cutting tool. Essentially it just refers to a tool table where it retrieves the tool radius and axial offset (for mills). For end mills and ball...
STEP may be a widely used system in the manufacturing world, but you should not be "astonished" that it is not currently supported by Wolfram. Getting a STEP import capability will be costly. After you purchase the rather pricey ISO10303 standard you...
The Speak function is acting oddly under 10.4.1 on OSX10.11.4. The single line: Speak["Read my lips"] works as expected but if we break this sentence into words using three Speak commands placed in a single Cell: Speak["Read "]; ...
Thanks very much for this. I did not know you could put Options into the Manipulate variables. This let me simplify my interface as I had hoped, but had no effect on the weird characters which still appear, as this image shows. This is using the...
As you describe on the Raspberry Pi, I struggle with erratic notebook scrolling performance on a Mac every day. So this is not specific to the Pi. This problem has persisted over the last several major Mathematica revisions. It also seems independent...
Sometime in the last couple of weeks, Mathematica 10 Home Edition has picked up a little bug. Now every time it is launched, the message "Throw::nocatch: Uncaught Throw[False] returned to top level." is issued. I have reset Mathematica's options...