Christopher2222

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It would be nice to have a point probe for images ie.pixel location. 

While working a test workbook in Maple 2023 - added a file went away for a while and came back and started adding code to the workbook when I suppose it did an autosave and this error came up 4x in a row. 

Just experienced a strange response from Maple when I changed the Font anti-aliasing to enabled.

With Font anti-aliasing disabled I ran evalf(Pi,100) and Maple returned 100 digits - no problem.  I then did some other errands in other programs leaving Maple idle, when I came back I thought I would change anti-aliasing to enabled and see if maybe that's the reason why some users are experiencing icons disappearing etc..

Well I re entered and evalueated evalf(Pi,100) and Maple only output 10 digits.  Huh??? What!? Why?  changed font anti-aliasing back but no joy.  So I closed Maple and I got a pop up

Maybe it was hiding behind Maple I don't know but I don't think it was there until I closed Maple.  It seems this OpenJDK platform I believe is causing a lot of Maple issues.

Whoa!  That's really odd.  My restart was with Maple Font anti-aliasing enabled I performed a evalf(Pi,100) and no problem.  I changed to Font anti-aliasing disabled and evalf(Pi,100) presented me with 10 digits!

What the heck is going on.  This font anti-aliasing enabled caused my Maple to slow down as the screen filled up (as I recorded in a earlier post months ago) and now toggling anti-aliasing causes the outputs to not work as expected.  It's gotta be an open JDK issue. (FYI closing Maple did not produce the same pop-up as earlier - I expect idling maple for a while might)

Can I force the output of maple to follow a specific width?

For example, I want the output to go to a new line after 10 characters of output

So instead of

seq(i,i=1..20)
                           

I want the output as
1,2,3,4,5,/
6,7,8,9,10/
,11,12,13,/
14,15,16,1/
7,18,19,20

 

One might be flabbergasted by the following

with(ColorTools):

Colors dosn't appear to match values given from this wavelength to rgb converter from here https://www.johndcook.com/wavelength_to_RGB.html

Although the color is in agreement when converting the value given back into a color value.

So in maple WavelengthToColor(622) does not match the color above however (heads up using the method="linear" option makes it closer) if we go through the paces and convert #ff6f00 to a color, it comes out properly.  One might think is something wrong with the WavelengthToColor command?

HexToRGB24("#ff6f00")
              

RGB24ToRGB([255,111,0])
                 

Color([1,.43529412,0])

                

Ok the color seems right but that's not what WavelengthToColor(622) gives

WavelengthToColor(622)
        

So as it turns out using method=linear makes it closer.

Time is short I haven't time to compose the question properly but likely has something to do with the HSV Colorspaces.  It's confusing.

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