Items tagged with gui

I have the following expression:

expand((((o * (((h * h - h * v) * (a * h - a * v) * h * h * h * h * a * a * h - h * h * h * a * a * h * o * (h * h - h * v) * (a * h - a * v)) * a * a * h * h * h * h * h - h * h * h * a * a * h * h * h * h * h * a * a * h * (a * h - a * o) * (h * h - h * v) * (h - v)) * h * a * a * h * h * h * h * a * a * h * a * a * h * h * h * h * h - h * h * h * a * a * h * h * h * h * h * a * a * h * a * a * h * h * h * h * h * ((v * (a * h - a * v) * h * h * h * a * a * h - h * a * a * h * (h * h - h * v) * v * (a * h - a * v)) * a * a * h * h * h * h * h - h * a * a * h * h * h * h * a * a * h * (a * h - a * o) * (v * h * h * h - h * (h * h - h * v) * v))) * h * a * a * h * h * a * a * h * a * a * h * h - h * h * h * a * a * h * h * h * h * h * a * a * h * a * a * h * h * h * h * h * h * a * a * h * h * h * h * a * a * h * a * a * h * h * h * h * h * o * (((a * h - a * v) * h * a * a * h - a * a * h * o * (a * h - a * v)) * a * a * h * h - a * a * h * h * a * a * h * (a * h - a * o) * (h - v))) * h * h * a * a * h * h * h * h * a * a * h * a * a * h * h * h * h * h - h * h * h * a * a * h * h * h * h * h * a * a * h * a * a * h * h * h * h * h * h * a * a * h * h * h * h * a * a * h * a * a * h * h * h * h * h * h * a * a * h * h * a * a * h * a * a * h * h * (o * (v * (a * h - a * v) * h * h * h * a * a * h - h * a * a * h * (h * h - h * v) * v * (a * h - a * v)) * a * a * h * h * h * h * h - h * a * a * h * h * h * h * a * a * h * (a * h - a * o) * (v * v * h * h * h - h * (h * h - h * v) * v * v))) );

When I tun it through the Maple GUI I get this result:

-2*a^23*h^40*o*v^2+2*a^23*h^40*v^3

This is also what Mathematica gives me. However, if I run it through the Maple command line I get this result:

-a^77*h^97*o*v^2+a^77*h^97*v^3-a^23*h^40*o*v^2+a^23*h^40*v^3

Why are the results different?

If I go to the menu under file and open.  Or similarily CRTL-o opens the file query dialog box. 

Can I do this crtl-o programmatically?

Why would firewalls cause issues with connecting to the maple kernel if the CAS is entirely self contained (as ive been told before on this forum)

While debugging something unrelated to Maple, I noticed in Windows task manager that the process

C:\Program Files\Maple 2016\jre\bin

had a Memory(Private Working Set) of 2,251,088K - roughly 10x the memory footprint of any other running process.

Is this normal?

Not a real issue for me (machine has 16G ram) - but it just *looks* wrong

In case it matters I'm running Maple 2016.1 on Win7, 64bit

I have a gensym routine (gensym = generate symbol) which appends Chinese characters to some base symbols to create 'new' symbols.  This works well on Windows, Mac and tty maple.  But I get all square boxes in the linux GUI.

I know the fonts exist as, on the same machine, it works in tty.  But I have no idea how to tell the GUI to go and use those fonts.  Nor why it isn't.

Amusingly, if I try to paste something from the GUI as MapleMath here on Primes, in the 'paste' box, it shows just fine, but then it says it is invalid Maple.

For example, from the GUI I see

but the same thing in TTY is

(x三0不 + x三1下)^(-M)

and I just did cut-and-paste of the same thing.  By this I mean that I took that output with boxes above, put it into a terminal window, re-copied that, pasted it in here, and voila!

So clearly the issue is with the GUI, and only on linux (Ubuntu 16.04).

I'm writing an algorithm that takes a while and I'd like to print status messages periodically. I typically use the command line interface, and this is no problem. I just do a printf whenever I need.

However, some people who will use this code prefer to use the GUI, and I've found that the GUI tends to buffer the output from printf, printing 20-30 printf statements in clumps instead of as they're called. Is there any remedy for this?

How do I set from Maple GUI how much memory from my 4GB RAM and how much CPU time can Maple use before it is shut down?Thank you Jan

Hello
There is some kind of strange behaviour with copying/pasting maple code from IDE to some text editor. Namely, the code collapses into one long line in text editor. Is it OK with Maple IDE?

I have produded a 3D plot where I have used the graphic's lighting->user GUI to set the light color, direction, and ambient lighting to my liking.

 

I would like to save the lighting parameters so that I can reproduce the identical lighting in other plots.  I see no way of reading off the lighting parameters from the GUI.  I tried to "lprint(myplot)" to see if it contains that information but apparently it doesn't.

So my question is: Is there a way to retrieve the lighting parameters from a 3D plot?

 

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Rouben Rostamian

Is there a way of increasing the spacing between the maple input and output?

Thanks

How do I export a procedure written inside the GUI (i.e. Document mode) into an external file format that is directly supported by a read of a package module?

Every export format I tried requires post editting by a text editor to "fix-it".  And it seems most export options drop the comment text (i.e. text after a #).

Thanks.

Hello,

I'm trying to evaluate an integral numerically on a unix system with the command line version of maple (version 16). For some entered parameters the integral evaluates quickly but for others it never seems to be able to complete the computation.

Moreover, when running the files, which are .mpl files, via the GUI all integrals are evaluated with ease.

So far I have been unable to find why some integrals and not others are evaluated when submitted via the command line version.

I have valid Maple 15 licenses both on my laptop as well as on my desktop at work. Sometimes I would like to use the kernel of the desktop version (more powerful computer with more memory) with the worksheet-GUI of my laptop esp. since on Mac the X-window interface does not work. Since Maple has a client-server architecture (or kernel-frontend), is there a way---any way---to connect to the remote kernel from my laptop? I believe Mathematica has been able to do that for years.

The Standard GUI has an option (Tools -> Options -> General -> Browser) for configuring an installed web browser.  The GUI uses that for its own purposes (for example, clicking on an error message opens the browser at a related Maplesoft site).  Is it possible for the user to access the configured web browser from within Maple, using Maple code?

Hello,

I have a problem that Maple 15 is not possible to start (process is there but GUI is not visible).

On the same computer (HP 8540w) I have the problem with Maple 14 too. The GUI is started but it is not possible to do any action in it because it does not respond.

This problem occures now. I am sure that some months ago it works properly.

If you have any suggestion I do welcome it.

Thanks

zakyn

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