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Old 07-29-2006, 11:51 AM   #1
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Pointer click does not select submenus in X....Mathematica and Matlab


I have a rather frustrating problem of not being able to select subdirectories with the file selector of Mathematica which is supposed to possible so that i am obliged to type of the entire path for every file i am looking for. I am on SlacKLinuX doing kernel 2.6. Actually the same problem crops up when i Matlab as well but with Matlab its not so severe - meaning i can use the "ok" button to view subdirectories but with Mathematica it more severe so i am thinking its X problem?

So to explain a bit futher the "file selector" is the same as the menu for locating files. If you do not know mathematica its here I am resonably certain that its something with X.

Thanks in advance.



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