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Hello, I am exporting a plot (numerous plots actually) directly to eps files. In my axis labels, I have Greek and non-Greek characters. I am using the following in my plot command:

After typing

'a x b'=CrossProduct(avector,bvector)

Maple writes out



 SEE ATTACHMENT.. Cannot find how to fix this error. Thanks!


Error, Got internal error in Typesetting:-Parse : "invalid subscript selector"



How does one change a previous Atomic setting back to non-Atomic?  This seems so simple, but I can't find anyway to Undo this change.  


Using Maple 16. In Document mode. Tools->OutputDisplay->2D Math I want when the output comes out, to be LEFT justified and Not Centered. The reason is that when I export to Latex, it comes out as \[\displaystyle \,{..... And I do not want the result to be centered.
I want the math just to be that each equation in the output to start from the
left edge of the page. So that if I have 3 equations in the output, in my
latex document,...



I have created a MapleSim model including a few custom components. When I try to run the simulation, I receive the following error:

cannot resolve function `Main.'Typesetting:-mambiguous'`; there is no function `'Typesetting:-mambiguous'` visible in model `Main`


How do I know where the source of the error is?


Thank you,


I have been using Maple in Document mode to provide documentation of engineering calculations according to various design standards.

I have been asked to provide more detail about certain critical calculations.

Ideally, I would want to enter the formula as a symbolic espression, then the output would begin with and echo of the expression with numberic values substituted for the variable names (ie without performing any mathematical operations), and then give the evaluated answer.

In regards to executing a command to output text in color I have stumbled across a minor bug?

Tools -> options -> display -> typsetting level : Extended

Typsetting[Settings](autoatomic) #checking default autoatomic setting (don't know if this really matters though)

Type in    testing    - select the...


I'm having problems tweaking legends in plots. I'm using Maple 15 / Standard on Windows 7 - 64 bits.

The first problem I have is that the legend box is too narrow. Is there a way to fix that? The help page does not mention anything to that effect.

I could have the legend above or below and the box would stretch wide enough, but I would prefer to have the legend on the left.

I was curious about converting between the different ways of writing a derivative in maple for the standard GUI.

I can convert y' to D(y)(x) but I cannot directly convert y' to the form d/dx y(x) unless I go to the
tools->options->display and change the typsetting level to maple standard and reprocess the line.  We are stuck with either one form or the other but not both without having to adjust the typsetting level in...

Just a small issue with how you insert a ^ (caret, wedge, circumflex, arrow, hat, what have you), / (forward slash), or * (star, asterisk) as a literal in a comment in Maple.

In regular code, it works fine;

Typing \_ produces _
Typing \^ produces ^
Typing \/ produces /
Typing \* produces *

In a comment, only underscores work as expected.  The caret, asterisk and slash leave behind the escaping backslash, which you will have to go back and delete yourself.

I've been using Maple for many years in the good-old "classic worksheet" mode. After purchasing Maple 14, I decided to use the "new" worksheet mode (I know it's not that new, but I always objected to use it) to get the most of the 64 bit program with my 64 bit Windows 7...


1. My first problem is that "I cannot copy any output!" either to paste to an input line or to a text file!


My Tools-Options-Display section is,

Input display: Maple notation

There was some recent discussion about Maple's Standard GUI having two parsers. (See here, and its parent.)

I've been accumulating a list of some differences between the parsers of 2D Math and 1D Maple notation, for the same given pasted input.

In particular, I'm interested here in differences...

I just noticed that in Maple 12 (and 13) the Layout palette's subscripted atomic identifier entry had its hover-over tooltip changed. By hover-over I mean the text based tooltip that appears after a slight delay when the mouse point is allowed to hover over the entry.

In Maple 11 it showed as subliteral which, while perhaps to entirely clear to everyone, was at least accurate. It meant: the unique subscripted name.

For example, x-subscript-y, as a subliteral...

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