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Re: V4.0 on NT4.0/SP3 does not update the Start Documents List

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  • Subject: [mg20088] Re: [mg20074] V4.0 on NT4.0/SP3 does not update the Start Documents List
  • From: Maarten.vanderBurgt at icos.be
  • Date: Thu, 30 Sep 1999 02:43:05 -0400
  • Sender: owner-wri-mathgroup at wolfram.com

Hello,

This morning I noticed exactly the same on my system: Mathematica 4.0 under
window NT/SP3.
With Mathematica 3 on the same PC this worked fine.
So here is one other user having the same problem.

Maarten

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dkeith at sarif.com on 29-09-99 09:33:29 AM


Subject: [mg20088]  [mg20074] V4.0 on NT4.0/SP3 does not update the Start/Documents
      List




Hello,

Shortly after installing mathematica 4.0 on NT4.0/SP3, I noticed that
Mathematica would not update the NT Start/Documents list with the
recently accessed notebook filename on my system at home. It did work
on my system at work. I believe at various times it has worked and not
worked -- and in fact it no longer works on my system at work. (I
installed and operate with admin privileges and other applications do
this fine.)

I turned this in at the time to Wolfram tech support and they could not
reproduce the behavior. I inquired about it again a few days ago to see
if they have learned anything further and was told that no one there
has seen this behavior and no other users have reported it.

Does anybody have any ideas?

Thanks.





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