# User Portlet

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I testify that I have spent a couple of hours searching for related postings here and on StackExchange with little success. I am using Mathematica 12.3.1.0 on OS 12.6. This is to describe some difficulties I have experienced with editing math symbols... |

Henrik, I see what you mean. Thank you. It seems a bit deficient to have a default PlotRange that does not include everything in the plot, but so long as one can specify the plot range values, there is no harm done. |

CapForm[None] did the trick with no downside that I can see. Graphics3D[{CapForm[None], Opacity[.2], ResourceFunction["Torus"][origin, {10, 1}]}] |

I can see Bruce's code as potentially useful, and thank him for that. After 8 years, the link in Sean's post is broken. Is Bruce's code still valid for version 11.6? I suspect that many, such as myself use Mathematica because it is a high level... |

I had to laugh at myself when I read this, as I have entered math expressions in text cells for years without knowing this rule. I realize now that my "math" expressions are mostly a mix of text and inline math according to Mathematica's definition.... |

This link is relevant: [Wolfram DiscretizeGraphics][1] [1]: https://reference.wolfram.com/language/ref/BoundaryDiscretizeGraphics.html "DiscretizeGraphics" |

With a slight modifications of Henrik's plot, I was able to obtain the desired effects. I sampled the contours list, inceased the thickness, and increased MaxRecursion. Thanks to all for the almost instantaneous help. k = Pi/21; contours =... |

@Patrik, I don't know how I missed the icons right in front of my cursor. Preoccupied with code I guess. Thank you. Your examples were helpful in navigating the quirky world of Dynamic[]. Here is an additional example. The first two are yours,... |

@Yang, This is a helpful post. I notice the last line of the table contains the item func. This answers part of my question why one can write the following, found at ?Ticks. ticks[min_, max_] := Table[If[EvenQ[i], {i, i, .06, Red}, {i, i, .02,... |

> Yes, you can use File -> New -> Package to create a new package file, > or just create a new plain text file from your browser and give it the > .m or .wl extension. Package files are just plain text, which I really > like: I can read a package... |