Re: disable default Dynamic Updating Enabled
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- Subject: [mg115961] Re: disable default Dynamic Updating Enabled
- From: metrologuy <takacs at bnl.gov>
- Date: Thu, 27 Jan 2011 03:42:12 -0500 (EST)
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On Jan 25, 6:32 am, "Sjoerd C. de Vries" <sjoerd.c.devr... at gmail.com> wrote: > Instead of disabling dynamic updating I'd add SaveDefinitions -> True > to all your Manipulates. In this way the notebook remembers all the > necessary definitions to make the Manipulates work right from the > start. > > Cheers -- Sjoerd > > On Jan 25, 10:19 am, metrologuy <tak... at bnl.gov> wrote: > > > > > > > > > I have been trying without success to find a way to change the default > > Dynamic Updating Enabled checkmark setting in the Evaluation menu. I > > want Mathematica to start up with this item unchecked so it doesn't > > cause my notebooks to hang up when I open them and scroll down to an > > Manipulate that has some as-yet undefined content or some leftover > > content from some earlier save. It is really annoying to have to wait > > for several minutes until the spinning beachball stops and the > > notebook reformats. What do I have to do to insure that this menu item > > gets unchecked when I start up Mathematica? There has got to be some > > way to change this in the init file. I am running under Mac OS 10.6.6. > > Thanks in advance for the help. Thanks for the advice, Sjoerd. It works. But in a more global context, how does one modify the default menu selections that are already checked upon starting Mathematica? There must be some way to modify a setting in the initialization notebook, but I haven't found how. I have been looking for some way to uncheck the selection with Options Inspector in my notebook, but I have not had any success finding the key. I imagine there should be some way to make the change in a given notebook that gets saved with the notebook, but I haven't discovered how to do it. Any suggestions would be appreciated.