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Re: player pro and notebooks

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  • Subject: [mg116935] Re: player pro and notebooks
  • From: "Carlos J. Andrés Blasco" <cjandres at>
  • Date: Sat, 5 Mar 2011 06:04:50 -0500 (EST)

I have two problems for it, first Player Pro does not give me the option, or at least I don not know how to do, to transform nb in nbp. Second, I suppose I can not distribute Player Pro licenses although I think it will be possible with Player.

Thank you very much

El 04/03/2011, a las 09:36, Murray Eisenberg escribi=F3:

> Is there some good reason the following is not sufficient?
>   (1) distribute your .nbp (probably that, rather than just .nb, for
> interactivity) together with your licensed copies of Player Pro, say in
> a .sit or other archive format; and
>   (2)instruct the user to open the archive, etc.; and
>   (3) instruct the user to double-click the notebook.
> On 3/3/2011 5:58 AM, cjandres at wrote:
>> I have just bought Mathematica Player Pro, please how can I embed it with any notebook (.nb) to make a single application (.app) for mac? I do not see the option in the Mathematica Player Pro. On the other hand, the "preferences" in the Mathematica Player Pro menu is always off, Is it OK?Thank you in advanceCarlos Andres
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