On Sep 29, 3:10 am, Brentt <brenttnew...@gmail.com> wrote: > Thank you, I was thinking it could probably be done if I got down and dir= ty > with some notebook programming. As for the margins, I'm thinking it would > work well for doing scratch calculations, as in those times I usually hav= e > a lot of real estate on the right and find myself wanting to look at > results and input separately. > > Fermat was proven correct in two respects I suppose: the theorem is > (apparently) correct, and there actually wasn't enough room in the margin= s > for the proof. > > Fermat was proved correct in two respects: that proof really couldn't hav= e > fit in the margins. > > > > > > > > On Thu, Sep 27, 2012 at 12:05 AM, Brentt <brenttnew...@gmail.com> wrote: > > > Thank you for the suggestions :) > > > On Wed, Sep 26, 2012 at 1:12 AM, christopher arthur < > > chris.arth...@gmail.com > > > wrote: > > > > You could use authortools "makebilateralcells" afterwards...but it > > > wouldn't be automatic. > > > > Brentt a =E9crit : > > > > Hi, is there a way to make input on the left side of the screen, an= d > > then > > > > output appear on the right side of the screen? For example instead = of > > the > > > > default notebook style > > > > > Input[n]: foo > > > > Output[m]: bar > > > > > have > > > > > Input[n]: foo | = Output[m]: bar > > > > > where there is some sort of split screen type divider. Seems to me = like > > > it > > > > would be a nicer way to work.