Re: Mathematica 6.0.1, Crashes when I hit the ENTER key !!
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- Subject: [mg80646] Re: Mathematica 6.0.1, Crashes when I hit the ENTER key !!
- From: "Nasser Abbasi" <nma at 12000.org>
- Date: Tue, 28 Aug 2007 02:06:21 -0400 (EDT)
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- Reply-to: "Nasser Abbasi" <nma at 12000.org>
> >> This is the most amazing thing. This is on XP. >> >> I have put the notebook in this folder, it is called demo2.nb >> >> http://12000.org/tmp/082507/ >> >> and 2 screen shots of the crashes here >> http://12000.org/tmp/082507/bug2.JPG >> and >> http://12000.org/tmp/082507/bug1.JPG >> ...... > I confirm the issue on my system (Wintel XP SP2 Mathematica 6.0.1). I also > tried first to manipulate the interface (worked fine) and then went back > to the single cell, evaluating it again crashed Mathematica (kernel and > front end). > > Regards, > -- > Jean-Marc > Thanks Jean for verifying this. I have Removed Manipulate from the outside of TabView. Now the problem seems to have gone away. Now TabView is the main interface, and it calls functions which uses Manipulate. Before I was using Manipulate which has TabView inside it. I am still learning all of this stuff, so I might not be doing it right :) but I do not think Mathematica should crash none-the-less. Any way, here is the current file, in case you are interested, which works OK now (keep fingers crossed) http://12000.org/my_notes/simple_RV_simulator/index.htm I like the new Mathematica GUI features, but I still have hard time arranging stuff on it where I want them. For example, with TabView, when I had too many tabs, I did not know how to tell it to make them stacked one on top of each others, like in a 2 rows, so they do not go too far to the right. Then I found I can make Alignment Left, which had more space to stack them vertically, even though I wanted the Tabs at the top. So I compromised. May be with more time, I'll get better at it. But it would be nice if the next version of Mathematica comes with a GUI builder, where one can just drag and drop controls where they want them. It would make it easier to design an interface that way, I think. Nasser