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Re: Converting notebooks to use Mathematica Player

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  • Subject: [mg82569] Re: [mg82546] Converting notebooks to use Mathematica Player
  • From: Tim Brophy <timbrophy at mac.com>
  • Date: Thu, 25 Oct 2007 06:02:58 -0400 (EDT)
  • References: <200710240828.EAA05572@smc.vnet.net>

Hi Steve,

I downloaded the file to my son's MacBook which has no version of  
Mathematica. I downloaded the player. No joy. Your file will not run.  
When I tried it on my own machine with Mathematica 6 various error  
messages appeared. Could these be the problem?

They are:

ArrayPlot::"mat" :  "Argument array at position 1 is not a list of  
lists. \
    ButtonBox["",
BaseStyle->"Link",
ButtonData:>"paclet:ref/ArrayPlot",
ButtonFrame->None,
ButtonNote->"ArrayPlot::mat"] "

ArrayPlot::"mat" :  "Argument array at position 1 is not a list of  
lists. \
    ButtonBox["",
BaseStyle->"Link",
ButtonData:>"paclet:ref/ArrayPlot",
ButtonFrame->None,
ButtonNote->"ArrayPlot::mat"] "

On clicking your Update button I also get the message

Do::"iterb" :  "Iterator {nupdate} does not have appropriate bounds. \
    ButtonBox["",
BaseStyle->"Link",
ButtonData:>"paclet:ref/message/General/iterb",
ButtonFrame->None,
ButtonNote->"Do::iterb"] "

Hope this helps,

Tim Brophy,
Ireland


On 24 Oct 2007, at 09:28, Steve Luttrell wrote:

> I have just tried to do a trial run of (1) Creating a notebook using
> Mathematica 6, (2) Uploading the notebook for Mathematica Player  
> online
> conversion (see
> http://www.wolfram.com/solutions/interactivedeployment/publish/), (3)
> Posting this converted notebook online for others to access (a ZIPped
> version is at http://www.luttrell.org.uk/notebooks/2D%20Ising% 
> 20Model.zip).
>
> To check that things worked on a previously clean machine (i.e.  
> without
> Mathematica 6 installed) today I downloaded and installed  
> Mathematica Player
> onto an old PC (running Windows XP, but not connected to the  
> internet), and
> tried running the above converted notebook. The notebook opens and  
> the input
> cells display OK, but I can't find any way of executing the notebook,
> despite the fact that it proudly announces "interactivity enabled"  
> at the
> top of the notebook, and the output of the Manipulate cell appears  
> only as a
> grey square. On the other hand, if I try to run the converted  
> notebook in
> Mathematica itself then it runs OK.
>
> If there is anyone else out there who has a "clean" machine (i.e.
> Mathematica Player, but not Mathematica 6) could they see what  
> happens when
> they try to run the converted notebook in
> http://www.luttrell.org.uk/notebooks/2D%20Ising%20Model.zip? It is  
> important
> that this sort of thing should work OK!
>
> -- 
> Steve Luttrell
> West Malvern, UK
>
>



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