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I updated the OSX from El Capitan 10.11 to Sierra 10.12.

After then, whenever I try to input Japanese characters, Internal Error notification appears, and it crashes.
As it is not realistic to go back to the old OS, as the time when I did back up was a little before, I wouldn't do so.
Then, I might end up torelating not using Japanese until the next version of maple appears next year.
Are the situations like this ?

I know there might not be any response as this is about inputting Japanese characters.

Best wishes.



It has been years since I last run one of my packages (not mine actually) and consequently maple.  The package was written in Maple V and run on Maple V5.  I have used updtscr to convert the old code and not many messages came out.   The updated code does not run unfortunately.  One of the problems is the following command:

linalg[dotprod](f,map((a,b) -> diff(b,a),vars,h));

Although linalg is deprecated, that does not seem to be the problem.   Suppose h, f (vector) and vars are:

The output is:

How to avoid the conjugate? Is there a simpler way to do that?

Many thanks for your patience and help.




We have just released a new version of the Multivariate Calculus Study Guide.  It provides a new section on Vector Calculus, with over 100 additional worked problems, and makes extensive use of Maple’s Clickable Math tools as well as commands.

Existing study guide customers can get the new content via a free update, available through the Check for Updates system or from our website. See Multivariate Calculus Study Guide 2016 Update for details.

For more information about this guide, including a full table of contents, visit Multivariate Calculus Study Guide.



Maple 2016.1a now available, fixes issues reported here

Thank you Maplesoft for your quick response to this issue.

An update to Maple 2016 is now available. Maple 2016.1 provides:

  • Updated translations for Simplified and Traditional Chinese,  French, Greek, Japanese, Brazilian Portuguese, and Spanish
  • Updates to the new Maple Workbook
  • Enhancements to Maple’s context-sensitive menus
  • A variety of improvements to the math engine and interface


To get this update, use Tools>Check for Updates from within Maple, or visit the Maple 2016.1 downloads page.



In addition to the Maple 2015.2 and MapleSim 2015.2 updates for Mac, we have just released updates to both Maple and MapleSim for Windows and Linux.

Maple 2015.2a provides a fix for the sum bug reported here.

MapleSim 2015.a provides a variety of interface improvements, and updates to the MapleSim Battery Library and MapleSim CAD Toolbox.

For Mac users, these improvements are included with the Maple 2015.2/MapleSim 2015.2 updates.

All updates are available through the Check for Updates system, and are also available from our website on the downloads section of our website.


We have just released updates to Maple 2015 and MapleSim 2015 that fix the problems on Mac OS X 10.11 (El Capitan).  If you want to use the new OS, you should update your products.

Updates are available through Check for Updates and from the Downloads section of our website. See Maple 2015.2 and MapleSim 2015.2 for details. MapleSim users, please note that this update also gives you all the new features in MapleSim 2015.2.

If you are using earlier versions of these products, please read the  Maple and MapleSim on Mac OS X 10.11 FAQ for more information about your options.



Off to the right of mapleprimes we have Recent Questions/Maplesoft Blog Posts/Recent Posts and Active Conversations.

I propose to have the category Workarounds added. 


There are two instances I can think of that would be beneficial for Maple users that would belong here.  The most recent one and one regarding issues adding the dissipative term to the heat equations

Users of older versions of Maple or even current Maple versions not yet updated would find this quite useful. 


The Maple 2015.2 update is now available for Windows and Linux users. It provides official support for Windows 10, connectivity to the latest MATLAB release, support for MapleSim 2015.2, updates to Physics, and a variety of small improvements throughout the product.  It is available through the Check for Updates system, and is also available from our website on the Maple 2015.2 download page.

The Mac update will be released as soon as we have finished fixing the problems on Mac OS X 10.11. We’re working on it.



I had Maple 2015.1 running. I did Tools->check for update. It said that there is an update available! then I did ok, go and update. Maple downloaded about 60 MB of stuff, asked me to close Maple to finish the update. I close Maple, and it finished the update with no problem.

When I open Maple, I still see it saying 2015.1, so what was the update for?  

It will be nice if Maple tells the users what the update is going to be for. Like saying something to the effect that version XX.XX is available or something. It just said update available.

How can one find what was updated, and why did the version number not get changed? Is there a log file or some command one can use that shows the updates made to current version one is using?

Help->About still says 2015.1, is it possible Maple update just forgot to change the version number? What is the current and latest version number of Maple?  

When I do check for update now, it says no update is available. So I must be running the latest version. But this what what I had before I updated?

    Maple 2015.1, X86 64 WINDOWS, Jun 3 2015, Build ID 1049007

I am on windows 7, 64 bits.



I would like to overwrite a plot that's updated within a loop over time. 

I used animate already, but the problem is that it's  only updated at specific points in time (not regularly distributed) and with animate I can only use frames that are equally divided over the wholre range. To update each time step costs unneeded memory and time. 

I hope that there exists a better solution.

thanks for your help.

I wanted to let everyone know that there is a Maple 2015 update available. Maple 2015.1 provides:

  • Support for high-resolution monitors (e.g. 4K, UHD)
  • Updated translations for Brazilian Portuguese, French, Japanese, and Simplified Chinese
  • Enhancements to the Explore command
  • Improvements to the DataSets package
  • Updates to the Microsoft Excel plug-in
  • Enhancements to unit handling
  • A variety of improvements to the math engine, interface, and documentation

To get this update, you can use Tools>Check for Updates from within Maple, or visit Maple 2015.1 Downloads.

If you are a MapleSim 2015 user, you already have this update, as it was part of the MapleSim 2015 installation.


Under what is new in Maple 2015, it gives lists of commands that has been updated. For example


So suppose one wants to find what changed in the "add" command, how would they find this out? Clicking on the add command shows no indication of what was changed or what options added or modified. For example, with Mathematica, clicking on command, shows the changes in the current releases with different color (light yellow) when clicking on "show changes" (here is an example)

Is  this information available somewhere else? May be using the command line with some option?

Just giving list of commands changed, without any indication of what changed, is not very useful really.



We’ve just released a free maintenance release to MapleSim 7. This update includes improvements to MapleSim, the MapleSim Battery Library, and the MapleSim Connector for FMI. For details, see the MapleSim 7.01 update page.

From MapleSim, you can get this update from Help>Check for Updates, or download it from the update page. (If Check for Updates doesn't find anything, please try again tomorrow.)


Updates are now available for both Maple 18 and MapleSim 6.4. 

Maple 18.02 contains improvements to many areas, including:

  • Rendering of 2-D plots
  • Help pages and examples
  • Interactive components
  • MATLAB 2014a support
  • Math engine: Laplace transforms, complex floats, simplify
  • Matrix import
  • Context menus
  • Typesetting
  • Memory management
  • OpenMaple API
  • Physics (details in comments)

To get this update, you can use Tools>Check for Updates from within Maple, or visit Maple 18.02 Downloads. (But depending on when you read this, Check for Updates may not have kicked in yet. If it doesn't find anything, wait until tomorrow morning and try again.)

For those users who haven't upgraded to MapleSim 7 yet, MapleSim 6.4.01 includes:

  • Efficiency improvements to the simulation engine, taking advantage of enhancements in Maple 18.02
  • Improvements to C code generation for model export
  • Improved handling of indexed variables when generating Modelica code

In MapleSim, use  Help>Check for Updates or visit MapleSim 6.4.02 Update. Note that MapleSim 6.4.02 is compatible with Maple 18.02.  Upgrade your Maple 18 installation to Maple 18.02 before installing this MapleSim update.


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