Mathematica Home Edition

Works fine in 10.8

Works fine in 10.7

Mathematica Home Edition

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Supports retina graphics

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Seems to work on the surface. A very complex program/suite so I've not tested everything. Yet, everything that I have works so far.

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[ Jeremiah]JeremiahAnonymous 29 Aug 2012 20:24

Francisco's got it. Worked like a charm.

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[ flip]flipAnonymous 25 Apr 2011 20:55

Requires Java install… for j/Link

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[ Francisco]FranciscoAnonymous 06 Jul 2011 17:50

Mathematica for Students 8.0.1 crashes continuously at start
Mathematica trial 8.0.1 works fine

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[ Francisco]FranciscoAnonymous 06 Jul 2011 21:24

It's me again. PROBLEM SOLVED. It does not crash again. SOLUTION HERE:

On Mon, Apr 5, 2010 at 08:30, <supp…> wrote:

That's not so good…We may be looking at a larger corruption of the user
base directory. Our best bet it to have these directories rebuilt
There are 2 "Mathematica" directories that we'll want to rename
"Mathematica-old" These directories should be located in:
/Users/<your user name>/Library
Rename these folder (with Mathematica shutdown) and then try launching the
application again (you don't need to hold down SHIFT+OPTION). You should
be prompted for your license information (if you have it handy, you can
re-enter it, otherwise quit Mathematica and copy the 'mathpass' file from
/Users/<your user name>/Library/Mathematica-old/Licensing to the newly
created /Users/<your user name>/Library/Mathematica/Licensing and then
start Mathematica back up.

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[ zentient]zentientAnonymous 21 Aug 2011 15:31

SOLVED. Francisco's solution worked for me as well. Note that in Lion your user Library folder is hidden by default. You can either change the name of the Mathematica folder in there by using terminal, or you can unhide your user Library folder by typing the following into a terminal command line:
chflags nohidden ~/Library/

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[ odyseuss]odyseussAnonymous 01 Oct 2011 19:41

I'm still using MAthematica 7 on Snow Leopard. does anyone know whether M7 is working on Lion? Thanks

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[ argosun]argosunAnonymous 18 Oct 2011 16:49

Yes Odyseuss, Just did it! :)

You just need to install Java for Lion since apple does not provide a runtime by default.

Havent test all thought

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