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Re: Startup Notebook?
Autoloading is done using an init.m file located in $PreferencesDirectory/AddOns/Autoload/Kernel/init.m or similar mechanisms like $PreferencesDirectory/AddOns/Autoload/<myApp>/Kernel/init.m The "Untitled1" notebook is, as far as I understand, a hard-coded feature, so cannot be suppressed. jmt On Thu, 20 Apr 2000, James Fuite and Tania Nordli wrote: > Dear Advanced Mathematica Users, > > I have a particular notebook that I would like Mathematica to open > during startup. > In Mathematica 3.0 on MacOS 8.1, one can take the following actions in > the front end: File | Notebooks (where recently used notebooks are > found) | modify this menu | (select a particular notebook name from the > list then press) Edit | then there is a checkbox that simply allows > Mathematica to open the indicated notebook during future program start > ups. This works fine, such that upon subsequent program initiations, > the appropriate notebook is lauched, except that the usual blank default > untitled startup notebook is there (on top), ruining any sense of > elegance. How do I stop Mathematica from bringing up the blank default > untitled notebook during start up? > > The above question is what I desire answered, so don't be distracted > by the following lesser observations and questions unless you are > interested. > > In trying to answer the above question myself, I seached the > archives as well as I could for hints. I found two other questions > similar to mine that both went unanswered (mg5419 and mg9126). It is > curious that we all have the same Mathematica version on the same OS. > My secondary questions are: Does the Format | Option Inspector | > Global Options | File Locations | AutoloadPath setting work for > Mathematica 3.0 on MacOS? Can I place notebooks (init.m or otherwise) > in the last folder of the AutoloadPath directory and expect them to be > lauched automatically? I ask this because notebooks in such folders do > not launch for me now. > > Sincerely, > James J. Fuite.