The fact that animate uses subs when replacing the animation parameter with a number in the animation range can cause problems when the expression to be animated is only evaluated when the animation parameter is replaced by a numeric value.
This is shown in the simple example below
My suggestion is that in the procedure `plots/animate` the three subs's are replaced by eval's.
Is there any problem with that?
The following does not work at all, apparently because animate uses subs instead of eval in 3 places, lines 29, 43, and 64 (using showstat(`plots/animate`).
Printing a worksheet made using the worksheet interface with input display set at Maple input I get really bad looking results when done from my Windows computers (Windows 2000 Professional, Windows XP Professional, and Windows XP Home). No problem from a Unix system I tried.
The printing of Maple input lines look the worst, but also headings 1-3 look bad.
The problem disappears if the bold font used for Maple input and headings are replaced by the corresponding non-bold.
I would like to know if this is a general problem, or if it is somehow related to the country specific settings.
In other words, does this happen on Windows computers in the US or Canada?