Change Color Settings Changing Text, Background, and Hyperlink Colors in Desktop Tools To change the colors that MATLAB® uses for text and background in desktop tools follow these steps: On the Home tab, in the Environment section, click Preferences. Select MATLAB > Colors. Clear Use system colors.System colors are the text and background colors that your platform (for example, Microsoft® Windows®) uses for other applications.Select the colors you want to use from the Text and Background color palettes.When you choose a color, the Sample area in the dialog box updates to show you how it looks.Under Other colors, select the color you want to use for hyperlinks.Click OK. Changing Syntax Highlighting Colors
BIRT Home OSCONPortland, ORJuly 20-24 View Full Calendars: BIRT Developer Center Community Calendar | Eclipse Calendar How to Add Custom Visualizations in BIRT iHub 3.1 OpenText recently released BIRT iHub 3.1, the latest version of iHub. The release adds several features, including a REST API and support for Custom Visualizations. In this post, I will explain what custom visualizations are and show you how you can include third-party visualizations in BIRT content with essentially no coding. Custom Visualization Basics Data visualization...Read More 10 Web Design Trends for 2013 For starters, we’d like to say thank you for the amazing reception our free eBook Web design and Mobile Trends for 2013 has had since its launch last week, and especially to all those who made it possible by sharing their insightful opinions. Today we’re doing a review of the end conclusions, where we will identify and analyze 10 of the key trends. This is just a brief overview of the conclusions you can read in the book. In fact, we have now released an updated version of the eBook in PDF format, which includes a few corrections and a new layout for an easier and more enjoyable reading experience. It’s no easy task putting together a short summary of all the interviews, but as far as we’re concerned, there are a few memorable statements in the book which nicely encapsulate the conclusions we’ve come to:
Exascale Challenges The emerging exascale computing architecture will not be simply 1000 x today’s petascale architecture. All proposed exascale computer systems designs will share some of the following challenges: Processor architecture is still unknown. System power is the primary constraint for the exascale system: simply scaling up from today’s requirements for a petaflop computer, the exaflop computer in 2020 would require 200 MW, which is untenable.
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Harvest integration This plugin is used to sync time entries made in Harvest with issues in Redmine by scanning the notes field of incoming Harvest entries for a 2-5 digit number which would correspond to a Redmine issue ID. When an issue is found it adds time to Redmine accordingly (and attempts to carry over the task name from Harvest). There's also a feature to set custom filters based on some combination the project name, task name, or a string occurrence (regex) in the notes. Hypertext Style: Cool URIs don't change. What makes a cool URI? A cool URI is one which does not change. What sorts of URI change? There are no reasons at all in theory for people to change URIs (or stop maintaining documents), but millions of reasons in practice.
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Documentation Documentation Reference Reference Manual The official and comprehensive man pages that are included in the Git package itself.