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Re: How edit a saved palette?
*To*: mathgroup at smc.vnet.net
*Subject*: [mg85256] Re: [mg85234] How edit a saved palette?
*From*: "Yuri Kandrashkin" <spinalgebra at gmail.com>
*Date*: Mon, 4 Feb 2008 03:15:57 -0500 (EST)
*References*: <200802030435.XAA11375@smc.vnet.net>
2008/2/2, Murray Eisenberg <murray at math.umass.edu>:
> I have a palette somebody else wrote, which I want to edit. So I have
> no "source code" notebook for it. I want to edit it, preferably in an
> environment that understands Mathematica syntax.
>
> Obviously, just opening it in Mathematica won't do: it appears as a palette.
>
> I certainly don't want to edit it in some text editor, for that messes
> up the cache and knows nothing about Mathematica syntax.
>
> And I don't see how to edit it in Wolfram Workbench: If I try to Import
> it, no matter whether I specify Initialization cells or Input cells, I
> seem to get nothing -- just a message about the nb file from which
> (nothing!??) was imported.
>
> Recommendations?
>
>
>
Hi,
Try the following steps:
1. Open palette
2. Evaluate the command
Notebooks[]
to find the index of notebook object
3. Let's 1 is its number. Then run
Options@Notebooks[][[1]]
to get palette options
and
NotebookPut[Take[NotebookGet@Notebooks[][[1]], 1]]
to remove its options and get the rest as regular notebook.
4. Use shortcut Ctrl-E to read, copy and edit cells containing buttons
or some other special features
--
Sincerely,
Yuri Kandrashkin, PhD
http://spinalgebra.com - Mathematica based applications:
- Magnetic Resonance with SpinAlgebra
- Work with systems of Units
- Interactive tools: ViewPoint selector, Options explorer, etc
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