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Re: DisplayTogether has stopped working

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  • Subject: [mg53334] Re: DisplayTogether has stopped working
  • From: Peter Pein <petsie at>
  • Date: Thu, 6 Jan 2005 02:52:19 -0500 (EST)
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Mary Beth Mulcahy wrote:
> Eight hours ago, DisplayTogether[] worked fine for me (I have Mathematica
> version 5).  Then I played around with an add-on package to be able to use
> Mathematica in OriginLab and when I went back to work with some old files, I
> got two separate graphs instead of two graphs overlaying one another.  Simple
> example:
> Needs["Graphics`Graphics`"]
> DisplayTogether[{Plot[Sin[x], {x, 0, Pi/4}],Plot[Cos[x], {x, Pi/4, Pi/2}]}]
> I definitely get two separate graphs when I should only get one with two plots
> on it.
> Now before anyone taunts me with "it works on my computer...", I swear it
> worked on mine too.  I did something in the last 8 hours to make it stop
> working and now I'm hoping someone can tell me what it was.  The add-on I was
> working with required me to run the kernal in a mode other than "local", but I
> don't see how this could have affected it.  (I have already tried the old
> standby of closing out Mathematica and starting fresh, but it didn't help).
> Thanks for the help,
> Mary Beth Mulcahy
> University of Colorado
Hi Mary Beth,

did you have a look at the originlab-packet? Do you load it (say via 
init.m)? I'm afraid I can't help you without further information.

Peter Pein

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