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12:13 AM
@Edmund hum... it displays ok on firefox. I just increased the window size in HTML, can you please try it now? which platform are you on? I am on windows
 
@Nasser Much better. Windows 8.1 64bit with Chrome 41.0.2272.118 m
 
@Edmund thanks. I can change the size in HTML if it still do not fit. But strange that you see something different than me, but I had problem with Chrom chopping of CDF display actually, even on WRI demos
So I think it is a Chrom/CDF plugin issue. Sometimes reloading the page, fixes it, but I do not like to use chrom with CDF for this reason.
I meant to post a question on this chrom vs. firefox with CDF, but I did not think any one will be interested in the subject.
 
 
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2:41 AM
Hi @Szabolcs, when you edit a post with "fixed in version ..." how exactly have you verified it? Do you run it in your own client? or get it from a changelog? If the former, how much work will it take to maybe add a screenshot? For ex. mathematica.stackexchange.com/questions/45125/…
 
3:31 AM
@hftf In that particular case I tried it in 9.0.1, 10.0.2 and 10.1.0. In 9.0.1, it gives the result you showed. In 10.0.2 and 10.1.0 it works as it should. Do you have any reason to believe that it doesn't work with version 10 sometimes?
 
 
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8:41 AM
Finally, I managed to lead the guy to grasp the meaning of accepting an answer……: mathematica.stackexchange.com/questions/79015/…
 
 
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12:47 PM
Hi @Szabolcs, no reason, I just prefer to be able to look at the two things and think "that definitely looks fixed to me". Or maybe it's only fixed in partial ways.
 
 
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2:53 PM
Hi everyone,
I'm trying to do a fitting of a system of differential equations and I'm getting a odd results, I've been surfing a bit but did not found something.
SystemN = {
u h'[t] == - a x[t] h[t],
n'[t] == -s[t],
u x'[t] == c r[t] z[t] - a h[t] x[t],
u y'[t] == d y[t] - c r[t] z[t],
1 == x[t] + y[t] + z[t],
r'[t] == s[t] - c z[t] r[t],
1 == r[t] + s[t],
h[0] == H0/PxT,
n[0] == N0/TT,
x[0] == PxT/PxT,
y[0] == 0,
z[0] == 0,
r[0] == TT/TT,
s[0] == 0
}
this is my system of equations, and then I try to get a parametric solution for n with respect to c and d (all the rest u,a,N0,H0,PxT,TT are
 
3:12 PM
Same as in v8.
It is useful for people to have information about in what versions things are broken and in what versions they work. This is why I added the note.
 
4:09 PM
@MrWizard What if I don't know the precise minor version? I usually keep only the last minor version, i.e. 8.0.4, 9.0.1, 10.0.2. I don't have 10.0.0 and 10.0.1.
 
 
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5:28 PM
This is a duplicate (the same homework question, with a different coefficient) of a closed question. I voted to close for the same reason, but perhaps it should be closed as a duplicate. I wasn't sure:
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Q: Plotting multiple functions in 3D plot

EricI would like to plot the flowing into one 3D region. So I know the region of integration the functions are $z=1-x-2y, z=0,x=y$ I want to have all graphed on $1$ plane so I can see the region of integration and figure out my limits. Thank you for any help I have also attached things that I thoug...

 

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