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Although I'm quite familiar with Mathematica, I always try to keep an open mind and don't use it as golden hammer. I'm particularly good at things that are fun, for instance


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answered Draw 3D bar plot in Mathematica
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comment Draw 3D bar plot in Mathematica
Can you please provide the Mathematica version you are using?
Nov
18
revised Using WLAN Router without creating new subnet
provided further important information
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accepted Using WLAN Router without creating new subnet
Nov
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comment Using WLAN Router without creating new subnet
Indeed, connecting the cable of the switch to a normal LAN port of the router was the solution. I saw now that I can configure the WAN port as normal LAN port, but you gave me the important clue. Thanks very much.
Nov
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suggested approved edit on Using WLAN Router without creating new subnet
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awarded  Student
Nov
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comment Using WLAN Router without creating new subnet
So in essence I want a setting like this only that the first router is my NanoStation?
Nov
17
asked Using WLAN Router without creating new subnet
Oct
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comment Code Editor with Double Click Selection
@LiamWilliam Thanks, I fixed the link. For your questions, look here and here.
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awarded  Editor
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revised Code Editor with Double Click Selection
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comment Code Editor with Double Click Selection
@cmpitg You are mistaken. If you really want to select expression-wise, you need to know the rules of the specific language. Take for instance these two examples: a + ! b*c + c and a + b!*c + c and start expanding the selection with the cursor before the *. You get two totally different selection ways depending on that + is the usual plus, * is the usual times, and ! is logical not and factorial resp. This interpretation is different for different languages. Your selection mode differs from what I mean and what I explained.
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answered Code Editor with Double Click Selection
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