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@Carl Love This will not report the correct version installed (mine gives 788210, the Build ID of 16.02, when it is actually 788570) as the 16.02a update is not a full build change. This is also why the About Maple dialog box reports the incorrect version.

@bartbv I would suggest you try updating to the latest Java SE 6 JRE found here: http://www.oracle.com/technetwork/java/javase/downloads/index.html

Once the new Java is installed, try the uninstaller again.

@bartbv I would suggest you try updating to the latest Java SE 6 JRE found here: http://www.oracle.com/technetwork/java/javase/downloads/index.html

Once the new Java is installed, try the uninstaller again.

Can you please clarify exactly what you mean by combining the worksheet files? Are they related to one another or are they performing seperate tasks?

The plotting regression bug may be fixed using the mathdoc.jar update posted here:

http://www.mapleprimes.com/questions/143131-DEPlot-Error-When-Plotting-Solution-Curve?submit=143189#comment143189

The plotting regression bug may be fixed using the mathdoc.jar update posted here:

http://www.mapleprimes.com/questions/143131-DEPlot-Error-When-Plotting-Solution-Curve?submit=143189#comment143189

I will look into this threat to the timeline and causality.

I have experienced this issue myself. It seems to be a problem with Windows 7 where the pinned shortcut in the task bar is disassociated with the program and will no longer open, but if you open a worksheet or start the program via Explorer, it works.

I managed to fix it by unpinning it from the task bar and pinning a new shortcut onto the task bar. Give that a try and see if that works for you.

I have experienced this issue myself. It seems to be a problem with Windows 7 where the pinned shortcut in the task bar is disassociated with the program and will no longer open, but if you open a worksheet or start the program via Explorer, it works.

I managed to fix it by unpinning it from the task bar and pinning a new shortcut onto the task bar. Give that a try and see if that works for you.

Hello Andrew,

Can you provide us with some more information about your system like what OS you are using? Is it 32-bit or 64 bit? Do you get any error messages on your screen when trying to start Maple?

This will help in diagnosing your problem.

Hello, Kristian. This is something that is in the works for a future version of the iPad Maple Player, but it is not certain when this full-type functionality would be released.

You can keep up to date with the latest iPad Maple Player developments on the website here: http://www.maplesoft.com/products/mapleplayer/

A good work around to this might be using a VNC server on your main computer that has Maple installed on it along with a VNC viewer on the iPad or other mobile device to log into your main computer and use it via that interface. It's not ideal, but it should function for a quick calculation on the go.

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