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Downloading notebooks: Downloading notebooks using File > Download as currently doesn’t work.
Viewing figures after reopening a notebook: Closing and reopening a notebook causes Plotly figures to not display when the cell is run individually. To resolve this issue, restart the kernel and run all cells.
You can do this by selecting Restart & Run All <img>
in the Editor toolbar or by going to Kernel > Restart & Run All in the menu bar.
Dash app server location: In Dash versions prior to 1.15, when visualizing the output of a Jupyter Notebook Dash app in another browser tab or in preview mode, with either
app.run_server(), Dash prints
http://0.0.0.0:8050 instead of the host name.
Dash app running on <a href="http://0.0.0.0:8050/workspace/view/workspace-<appname>">http://0.0.0.0:8050/workspace/view/workspace-<appname></a>
0.0.0.0:8050 with your Dash Enterprise domain URL when accessing the app in another tab or preview mode as a workaround:
Upgrade to latest versions of
jupyter_dash to resolve this issue.
Note: Don’t forget to update your
requirements.txtfile by first changing the versions of the required packages accordingly.
pip uninstall dash
pip install dash
pip uninstall jupyter-dash
pip install jupyter-dash