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  • Subject: [mg27373] Re: [mg27348] PALETTE
  • From: Jacqueline Zizi <jazi at>
  • Date: Thu, 22 Feb 2001 02:25:19 -0500 (EST)
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  • Sender: owner-wri-mathgroup at

 I check in the 2 lines below that I understood that you did:
- Create a palette using the menu  Input > Create Table/Matrix/Palette and
filling  in the slots
- Select the cell that contains the palette and then use generate Palette from
All that is OK.

Now to save the palette:
just close the palette _not using the menu_ but  instead using the palette
itself. I mean for a MAC click on the little square situated on the left of the
top of the palette. For a PC you should have a little square also on the top
where to click to close a window.

This opens a window "Save". Put the name you want and the correct directory
where you want it to be saved and save it .  That's the lot.

Hope this helps.

Jacqueline Zizi

Blimbaum Jerry DLPC wrote:

>         I want to create and save my own palettes and be able to access thru
> the File..Palette options.  I want to be able to create them and access them
> just like the built-in palettes.  Is that possible?   I went thru the
> process of create-palette,  Generate Palette from Selection...etc..but then
> I wanted to save it, assuming then that this would get me what I wanted, but
> Mathematica wouldnt let me save it after I used the Generate Palette from
> Selection...apparently I can only save them with the Save special
> option...or I have to save them as Notebooks..but I dont want a Notebook...
>         thanks...jerry blimbaum   NSWC Panama City, Fl

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