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Given/Solve error - result returned too large to display

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Re: Given/Solve error - result returned too large to display

Richard Jackson wrote:

OK. I am using Filzip. It's free, and handles many types of archive. If I click on the link in the forum it opens in Filzip. If I double click on the Mathcad file in Filzip it opens in Mathcad. I have only had a problem with one file, so perhaps it's worth trying Filzip. If you have problems with that then at least we can rule out the Zip software.

Richard,

As you probably know, If you're using Windows XP, then your operating system has built-in support for Zip files.

Right click on the zipped file and 'open with' 'Compressed Folders'.

Works fine for me every time without the need of additional software.

Mike

Re: Given/Solve error - result returned too large to display

Jean,

I also use Winzip, but as my reply to Richard suggests, Winzip is not required to unzip files if you are running Windows XP.

As of yet I haven't experienced a single problem downloading the *.zip files. I have had problems uploading files but have put the problems down to poor Internet speed onsite.

Mike

Re: Given/Solve error - result returned too large to display

Mike,

I have explained the upload/download problem THAT IS: the upload does works when it wants, when it does not want you get a blank Planet Ptc nothing in it . Conclusively, this confirms the private notification from John to me "Jean, your 30 pages work sheet was empty". So, Jean is an idiot, because he has problem with download, John is an idiot because he gets my 30 pages work sheet blank. That Eden, Richard yourself have not experienced download problems does not mean there is no problem with the download , otherwise it would mean that those having problems are idiots .

The upload and the download are scrap ... end of it .

Nice to know you don't have problem.

I konw how to manage the zip/unzip in Windows XP.

Worst of it is " This [then download] contains secure and unsecured items".

I refuse to see unsecured items in my box !

That was noticed by another collab [no recollection of the collab name]

Jean

Re: Given/Solve error - result returned too large to display

Worst of it is " This [then download] contains secure and unsecured items".

I refuse to see unsecured items in my box !

That was noticed by another collab [no recollection of the collab name]

Philip, for one. I don't see that because I use Firefox, not IE. I wonder if the download/upload problem also only occurs with IE?

Re: Given/Solve error - result returned too large to display

Well, I use IE and FF and Chrome, and have seen no major differences for this site.

Re: Given/Solve error - result returned too large to display

Eden Mei wrote:

Well, I use IE and FF and Chrome, and have seen no major differences for this site.

Another great theory goes down in flames!

Re: Given/Solve error - result returned too large to display

>Philip, for one. I don't see that because I use Firefox, not IE. I wonder if the download/upload problem also only occurs with IE?< [Richard]

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Good question. I'm XP family IE.

and don't intend to go to anything else.

If it would be true that Planet PTC is not IE

then make it, end of it.

Re: Given/Solve error - result returned too large to display

Richard,

I can also confirm that I use IE in work and FF at home without any download issue's.

Mike

Re: Given/Solve error - result returned too large to display

MIke Armstrong wrote:

Jean,

I also use Winzip, but as my reply to Richard suggests, Winzip is not required to unzip files if you are running Windows XP.

As of yet I haven't experienced a single problem downloading the *.zip files. I have had problems uploading files but have put the problems down to poor Internet speed onsite.

Mike

Nice enough all of us reporting the "pest" . By now, Dan is scratching his right ear with two left hands because you report no download problem but upload. My upload problems are : "Post message" with or without work sheet and get either "Opps this link is broken". or simply the Planet PTC blank sheet, which blank sheet sometimes goes by clicking on the edit line http:\ ... and it goes. The detail is there: if that blank message has a work sheet attached, it could very well be the work sheet is turned blank too. That would explain John's private notification " Jean, your 30 pages work sheet is empty". Even if the upload looks normal, how can we be certain it takes the work sheet as is, or uploads an empty work sheet ? What's your opinion Watson ? I have never experienced internet problems with high speed connection since I'm on high speed. Bell Canada is reputed "flawless", a big business for big business users.

Jean

Re: Given/Solve error - result returned too large to display

How did you know I was left-handed? I am scratching my head though. I opened Mathcad worksheets in FF, IE and Chrome with no problem whatsoever. I can't get any one here to replicate what you're experiencing either. Could the problem lie with your PC and the way it tasks processes? With Mathcad 11?

It's hard to pinpoint since the behavior is so sporadic

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