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Re: Re: Re: Take away the sliders

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  • Subject: [mg101232] Re: [mg101181] Re: [mg101156] Re: [mg101122] Take away the sliders
  • From: Bob Hanlon <hanlonr at cox.net>
  • Date: Sat, 27 Jun 2009 06:04:57 -0400 (EDT)
  • Reply-to: hanlonr at cox.net

Earlier versions used {bottom, left, top, right}, i.e., clockwise starting at the bottom. This was the logical continuation of the {bottom, left}. This older form still works and is simpler to enter, so I don't often use the new form.


Bob Hanlon

---- Murray Eisenberg <murray at math.umass.edu> wrote: 

=============
I don't understand the FrameLabel syntax used below.  According to the 
docs, the value for the option, when all 4 boundaries of the frame, 
etc., are to be labeled, is { {left, right}, {bottom, top} }.  For example:

   Graphics[Disk[],Frame->True,
       FrameLabel->{{"left","right"},{"bottom","top"}}]

The preceding puts those labels where their names lead you to expect. On 
the other hand, the following input...

   Graphics[Circle[],Frame->True,
        FrameLabel->{"left","right","bottom","top"}]

puts "left" on the bottom, "right" on the left, "bottom" on the top, and 
"top" on the right.

The only non-nested list syntax indicated in the More Information at 
ref/FrameLabel is of the form {bottom, left}.


Bob Hanlon wrote:
> Manipulate[a + b, 
>  {{a, 0}, ControlType -> InputField},
>  {{b, 0}, ControlType -> InputField},
>  FrameLabel -> {None, None, "a + b", None}]
> 
> Manipulate[a + b, 
>  {{a, 0}, InputField},
>  {{b, 0}, InputField},
>  FrameLabel -> {None, None, "a + b", None}]
> 
> ---- Lobotomy <labbman at gmail.com> wrote: 
> ...I just want to use the boxes below the sliders to enter the parameter
> values. I dont want to use the sliders or the other functions coming
> with Manipulate. Is there another commando i can use than manipulate,
> or just a way to remove the sliders?

-- 
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