Hestia the new vesta replacement

Hestia is currently being developed with a new interface and security updates and under active development.
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Applying replacement rules to products doesn’t work as expected

I have the following issue: I’d like to apply some replacement rules, for example

rules:={f(x)/t :> ff(x), g(x)/t :> gg(x)}

to an expression, e.g. like this:

(f(x)*g(x)/(t^2))/. rules

Surprisingly, this doesn’t give the expected result


How do I fix this? Sorry if it’s an easy question, I’m still a beginner with Mathematica.

email – Replacement for mailto: Extension?

I’ve been using the ‘mailto’ google chrome extension for years. It allows — or rather allowed — me to right click on a page and choose a menu option to email the URL. Fine and dandy. Today I went to do this; the menu option was gone, and drilling into the extensions showed that it was marked with

This extension violates the Chrome Web Store policy.


Well. OK. Maybe they were doing something wrong, maybe they weren’t. At this point, I’ll never know… but I want a replacement.

I’ve got four criteria:

Non negotiable:

  • Secure — won’t spy on me, uses secure protocols
  • Cross platform

Nice to have:

  • Choose account / email provider
  • Mature, won’t get removed by Chrome web store.

So far, I’ve looked at the following

Everything was marked as ‘works on your device’ (composed on XUbuntu), so cross platform support seems ok…

  • Mailto: for Gmail — this seems to be pretty much a drop in replacement for what I’ve been using. Their privacy policy makes the right noises. It’s got 100K users. That doesn’t guarantee that it isn’t going anywhere, but it’s a good sign… but it seems like it’s gmail only, and doesn’t seem to have the ability to switch accounts.
  • mailto — Looks like it might support email providers other than gmail, but there’s nothing to go on in the privacy policy page. I’m not sure if they’re being honest about not giving me any privacy or just inexperienced, but I’m giving this one a pass.
  • Send from Gmail (by Google). Looks pretty similar to the first one on the list, but no privacy policy. Et tu Google?? Pass.
  • Share link via email. This looks promising — It’s got 80K users, the reviews aren’t filled with hate, and it seems to support multiple email providers. Not sure if it allows me to choose account on the fly … but no privacy policy.

There are a bajillion other plugins to choose from, but of course who knows how well they’re supported, what their privacy policies are, whether they’re being truthful about those. Anyone using a mailto plugin that they like and trust? Anything that has the ability to choose email accounts with a minimal amount of friction?

Looking for Replacement for IBM Bare Metal –

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combinatorics – Given n numbers, choose 4 times with replacement, each time choose the number not less than the former one. How many possibilities?

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replacement – How to replace a list/array of variables in the result?


I want to know how to replace multiple variables in the result expression. To be specific, all those variables are inside the array I defined.

For a simple example, if I define input

mm5 = {a, b, c, d};

mm7 = {2, 3, 9, 8};

mm7a = mm7.mm5

Out: 2 a + 3 b + 9 c + 8 d

After that, if I define a new array

mm6 = {3, 4, 5, 7}

And I want to replace every unknown component in mm5 to be values in mm6, and to let final result of mm7a to be 23+34+95+87=119. How should I do that?

I was thinking is there anyway similar to

mm7a /. {mm5[[i]] -> mm6[[i]],{i,1,4}}

Of course, what I wrote is wrong. But is there any simple way to use /. to help me achieve this effect?? And after substituting, I want symbols in mm5 be reserved, for example, when I out put mm5 result, it is still {a, b, c, d}

I searched the whole web but I didn’t find a simple way to do it. Maybe I didn’t search it right. So I post my question here and hopefully to get some answer.

Thank you

replacement – Fast fourier coefficients for a long sum

I have a very long expression involving a sum of exponentials, say:

Sum((RandomReal() + RandomReal() a) Exp(2 I ii x Pi), {ii, -10, 10})

I want the fastest way to get the list of Fourier coefficients. The Naive ways are pretty time-consuming:

Table(FourierCoefficient(f, x, ii), {ii, -10, 10}); // Timing (*3.49906 *)
Table(1/(2 Pi) Integrate(f Exp(-ii I x), {x, -Pi, Pi}), {ii, -10, 
    10}); // Timing (*7.3649*)

Is there a way to make it faster?

replacement – Apply a function to all coefficients of a polynomial

Here’s one way:

rules = CoefficientRules(P, {x, y})
newrules = MapAt(f, #, 2) & /@ rules
FromCoefficientRules(newrules, {x, y})

Or, in general,

CoefficientMap(f_, P_) := FromCoefficientRules(
   MapAt(f, #, 2) & /@ CoefficientRules(P, Variables(P)), Variables(P))

CoefficientMap(f_, P_, vars_) := FromCoefficientRules(
   MapAt(f, #, 2) & /@ CoefficientRules(P, vars), vars)

In general, if you replace MapAt(f, #, 2) & with a function which takes Rule(powerlist, coeff) to Rule(newpowerlist, newcoeff), you could build more general maps on polynomials! (Currently, MapAt(f, #, 2) &(Rule(p, c)) yields Rule(p, f(c)).)

For the application you mention later on, though, where you change Sin(2 x) to Sin(4 x) it sounds like you might want to build your own version of Variables or CoefficientRules for that situation which would extract and encode Fourier coefficients of finite Fourier series (or something like that)—possibly by converting them into polynomial variables in their own right.

replacement – How to convert Joules to units where the speed of light is 1

Is there a way using the various unit commands to convert units to values that correspond to the speed of light being 1 and unitless.
10 Joules is the immediate quantity in question.

Also I wonder if Solve could be used to do this.

Could some one direct me to some instructions in how to use tis editor. I Answered my own question but this editor is hard for me to decipher.

UnitConvert(Quantity(10, “Joules”)/(Quantity(“SpeedOfLight”))^2) // N

The Answer is 1.11 X 10-16 KG

macos – Macbook Pro 2016 – Big Sur Battery Issue after replacement

Background – i bought a 2016 Macbook Pro (A1708) a few weeks ago that was at 800+ cycles and the battery was listed as “service recommended”, would not charge past 1% and switch off if unplugged. So i bought a new battery and installed it. Little did i know that there was a replacement program for the 2016/2017 MAcbook Pro’s that had issues after Big Sur upgrade..doh! So now Apple wont touch me as i replaced the battery but the issue still persists even with a new battery. I have attempted an SMC reset and PRAM/NVRAM resets and it still doesn’t work. I have wiped SSD and gone back to Mojave (same issue) then upgraded back to the latest version of Big Sur.

Did this bug with Big Sur brick something on the logicboard/SMC? Has anyone else had this issue and worked out how to resolve?