10 years ago
The calculator that comes with Mint 16 Petra is mate-calc 1.6.0.
You can use copy and paste - thus it has 1 memory.
I want to have a calcuator that has at least 2 memories.
I often want this when I am using a calculator.
gcalctool 5.32.0 which installed with Mint10 must be different to what Xyie has because it does not have a View menu, it has a Mode menu. In Advanced it does not have a Sto button etc.
I like galculator
The gcalctool calculator tool already has a "memory function," just select View > Advanced and look for the button called "Sto" for "Store," the button "Rcl" for "Recall," and "Exch" for "Exchange."
The default calcultor is gcalctool and it's better to report this as a bug "upstream" with gnome. http://live.gnome.org/Gcalctool