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Re: [V6.0] Possible bug found in Symbolize (Notation Palette)

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  • Subject: [mg77036] Re: [mg76990] [V6.0] Possible bug found in Symbolize (Notation Palette)
  • From: DrMajorBob <drmajorbob at>
  • Date: Fri, 1 Jun 2007 02:43:17 -0400 (EDT)
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Yes, I get the same crash. (Front End and Kernel)


On Thu, 31 May 2007 02:26:38 -0500, Jean-Marc Gulliet  
<jeanmarc.gulliet at> wrote:

> Hi Group,
> I might have found a bug in the function Symbolize. Before filling a bug
> report, I would like to know if other people have found it or can
> reproduce it, or if this just occur on my heavy-loaded old system.
> I tried to use the Symbolize function, now provided by the Notation
> package, to answer another thread and got a kernel crash in return.
> Here is the sequence of events. Start a new session. Load the Notation
> package. Notation Palette displayed. Enter x_1 (x ctrl + _ 1). Select
> x_1 with the mouse. Click on Symbolize[] in the Notation Palette. The
> infamous Microsoft Windows dialog box asking to send a report to Redmond
> is displayed. Click on the button send. The report is sent and the
> Mathematica processes are killed (kernel and front end).
> This occurs with Mathematica version 6 under Windows XP SP2 with only
> one instance of the program running (but with version 5.2 still
> installed on the system. I do not know if this makes any difference).
> (* Save your work before clicking on Symbolize *)
> << "Notation`"
> Subscript[x, 1]
> Select the above line and click on the button Symbolize in the notation
> palette.
> Best regards,
> Jean-Marc

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