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about moving to new Matlab version from R2007a to R2008a

Subject: about moving to new Matlab version from R2007a to R2008a

From: muzaffar

Date: 28 Nov, 2008 09:16:03

Message: 1 of 2

Dear All,
I was using Matlab R2007a
now administration has changed to Matlab R2008a
Every thing is fine and it sounds good.
i have one program with many cells ( different parts of code enclosed in %% )
when i open that code in new version R2008a all cells with %% are no longer effective. on the other hand it is ok with R2007a
In most of other programs cell setitng stays same.
any body could suggest me to recover %%
and anybody can tell me features of R2008a
kind regards.
muzaffar

Subject: about moving to new Matlab version from R2007a to R2008a

From: Pekka Kumpulainen

Date: 28 Nov, 2008 10:47:01

Message: 2 of 2

"muzaffar" <muzaffarbashir@yahoo.com> wrote in message <ggocsi$j94$1@fred.mathworks.com>...
> Dear All,
> I was using Matlab R2007a
> now administration has changed to Matlab R2008a
> Every thing is fine and it sounds good.
> i have one program with many cells ( different parts of code enclosed in %% )
> when i open that code in new version R2008a all cells with %% are no longer effective. on the other hand it is ok with R2007a
> In most of other programs cell setitng stays same.
> any body could suggest me to recover %%
> and anybody can tell me features of R2008a
> kind regards.
> muzaffar

Cell mode could be disabled by default. In the editor Cell menu -> Enable Cell mode. Also check the Preferences for Editor -> Display for Cell display options. Should work fine in 2008a and b.
More about features you can find in release notes.
Why 2008a? b has been out for a while already.

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