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Re: Plotting problem


The problem was due to the fact I was running multiple monitors on my
system, Palettes in one screen , notebook in the other. The following fix
from support at Wolfram fixed the problem:

Thanks to David Kim and John Fultz for their help.

regards,
Martin
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Hello,
Thank you for the email.

* Go to Format > Options Inspector

* In the drop down menu for "Show Option Values for", select Global

* Do a Lookup for the option, "DoubleBuffer"

* Set this option to False

* Click Apply



Sincerely,

David Kim

Technical Support

Wolfram Research, Inc.

support at wolfram.com

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"gingerman28" <Martin at Martinspence.com> wrote in message
news:b2nror$6qm$1 at smc.vnet.net...
> Hi Everyone,
>
> I installed v4.2 and all was ok originally. Now after some playing and
> installing a new HP d155xi printer whenever I try and do ANY kind of
> graphics function (eg: Plot of a Show[...) of the simplest kind
Mathematica
> goes into a loop (95% cpu). A frame is displayed but no actual graphics, I
> have to close the notebook to make it stop... I run windows XP.
>
> I have tried reinstalling but nothing seems to help...
>
> Any ideas?
>
> Thanks,
> Martin
>
>
>




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