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Re: Testing TOC sidebar palette

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  • Subject: [mg88724] Re: [mg88695] Testing TOC sidebar palette
  • From: Murray Eisenberg <murray at>
  • Date: Wed, 14 May 2008 06:05:14 -0400 (EDT)
  • Organization: Mathematics & Statistics, Univ. of Mass./Amherst
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Did you forget to make those files public?  I'm getting a 404 Not Found 
error when I try the URLs.

Yuri Kandrashkin wrote:
> Hi group,
> Sometimes ago there was question about creating TOC of the notebook.
> David Reiss gave a hint of using CellID for these purposes. Based on
> this idea I have developed a sidebar TOC palette where I also include
> several tasks typical for my work. Could you please inform me if it is
> convenient to use it and what kind of extra tasks should be added to
> the palette?
> Main properties of palette include:
> - Generation of Table of Contents for any currently selected notebook
> - Additional selection instrument for extra tasks. Current version
> supports locking/unlocking cells to block cells from accidental
> editing and deleting
> - Tracing graphics coordinates. (It also launches an additional tool
> GraphicsCoordinates. Note, the Graphics object must be selected to
> activate this button)
> - Tracing evaluation time
> - Running everyday notebooks in "save" mode (with cell options
> Delatable and Editable set to False)
> - Few additional actions: comparing two cells in the notebook,
> evaluating the whole section etc.
> The files can be downloaded from:

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