- Is the Xcas spreadsheet available in the Firefox interface? If not, are there plans for that to happen?
- Is there a way of aborting an Xcas computation, without quitting Xcas completely?
(Occasionally Xcas crashes: sometimes I perform an iteration of 10 or 20 steps, and forget to start with a floating point value. If the start is symbolic, then the resulting mess of symbols can quickly overwhelm Xcas's memory. In this case I get a Firefox error advising me that a script is slowing the page and should I wait, or stop the script? If I choose stop, then Xcas becomes unresponsive, and I have to restart, losing all my previous work.)
- I'm hoping to use Xcas with my students, in which case I would create a number of "helper" programs to get them started. How can you load programs into Xcas?
- The documentation accessed through the Firefox interface seems sometimes to be out of sync. For example, if I look up "tran" for matrix transpose, the "more details" link takes me to the documentation for "rowAdd". For differentiation, the "more details" link on "diff" takes me to the documentation for tablefunc and plotfunc. Can this be fixed?