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Difficulties with Front End and with mysterious messages
*To*: mathgroup at smc.vnet.net
*Subject*: [mg13813] Difficulties with Front End and with mysterious messages
*From*: mareb at primrose.csv.warwick.ac.uk (David Epstein)
*Date*: Fri, 28 Aug 1998 04:18:32 -0400
*Organization*: University of Warwick, UK
*Sender*: owner-wri-mathgroup at wolfram.com
I am having difficulties with the Front End. I am running X under
Solaris. Are there instructions provided for operating the FrontEnd,
other than the Mathematica Book, which seems to miss out some important
points.
How do I save a file?
While in a notebook, I selected the File Menu. Then I selected Save
As...
But I was unable to modify the filename given. So I had to save it as
Untitled-1.nb and then go into the Unix shell to rename it to something
sensible.
I tried to write a file from the notebook, with the command
Display["cpos.eps",%,"eps"]
and I got the answer
LinkObject:: linkd :
<<1>> is closed; the connection is dead.
I was unable cut and paste from the Mathematica window to the Unix
shell. Is there any way to do this?
When I tried reloading the program, I was unable to modify it from
inside Mathematica. After executing, the prompt shows a black circle
with a horizontal line, which looks like a no-entry sign.
Here is the notebook:
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\n (*\ make\ a\ postscript\ file\ in\ the\ current\ directory\ and\
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\((\n\ \ \ \ \ \ \ \ Display[filename, picture, "\<eps\>"]; \n
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