Re: Tabbed notebooks?
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- Subject: [mg77694] Re: Tabbed notebooks?
- From: David Reiss <dbreiss at gmail.com>
- Date: Fri, 15 Jun 2007 04:29:41 -0400 (EDT)
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You don't mention which version of Mathematica you are using, though the simple answer in all cases is "no." However one could, in Mathematica 6, write a utility that allows you to visually navigate through your notebooks even though some of them are burried. I have ideas about this, "but not the time" to create it right now... One the Mac, of course, there is Expos=E9, which allows you to see all the notebooks that are currently on your desktop or by application in a "thumbnail" view. I assume that you are using Windows though. In A WorkLife FrameWork there is the "All Notebooks Palette" which allows you to bring up any currently open notebook. See http://scientificarts.com/worklife/documentation/allnotebookspalette.html for an example. This works in Mathematica 5.x (x>=1) and Mathematica 6=2E Hope that this helps... --Dvid On Jun 14, 6:29 am, mru... at xnet.hr wrote: > Is there any way to force Mathematica open several notebooks in tabs, > like ones in firefox for example? > > It is very annoying to shift between opened notebooks, because one > must firstl close actual notebook and then look for nb he needs, > which is also often difficult, because there are no space to display > nb name in minimised notebooks..