Notebook State Saver: A new tool for saving the state of your open
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- Subject: [mg97716] Notebook State Saver: A new tool for saving the state of your open
- From: David Reiss <dbreiss at gmail.com>
- Date: Thu, 19 Mar 2009 02:13:15 -0500 (EST)
I have started a blog on which I will be posting tools that I create
for Mathematica. It is at:
The first item that I am posting there is a simple Palette,
NotebookStateSaver.nb, that lets you save 5 different states of open
Mathematica notebooks so that you can reopen them all, retaining their
locations, sizes and order.
I think that it's quite useful and I use it to reopen the sets of
notebooks that I need for particular projects that I am working on
(including the associated palettes that I need open for those
The free tools that I will be posting are supported through the (small
bits of ) advertising revenue that I get when users click on the
Google ads on my site. So please click on them so that I can take the
time to refine the many things that I have in the wings so that they
are of sufficient quality to share with people.
And I hope that these things are useful to all of you....
Also, please feel free to pass on suggestions for other useful things
that I might create for the Mathematica community.
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