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Why does "msgbox" add extra space?

Asked by Dave on 19 Sep 2013
Latest activity Commented on by Ana on 24 Mar 2014

I have a subroutine that reports avg and std values for up to 12 regions of interest in a single "msgbox" dialog. What I've noticed is that for multiple lines of text input to "msgbox", the figure adds extra space above the text area, which makes it look pretty ridiculous:

Any idea why the heck it does that?

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Arthur on 19 Sep 2013

Can you show use the code?

Dave

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Answer by Jan Simon on 20 Sep 2013

While it does not answer your question, I want to mention that a msgbox might be a bad choice to display this text. You can create a more appropriate dialog using a listbox with scrolling.

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Ana on 21 Mar 2014

Oh, ok..! But for this you should create a .fig in guide and call a different gui from your gui, right? Isn't there a more straightforward way?

Jan Simon on 21 Mar 2014

I avoid working with GUIDE. You can create the required code manually also:

FigH     = figure('Menubar', 'none');
ListBoxH = uicontrol(FigH, 'Style', 'listbox', ...
                     'Units', 'Normalized', 'Position', [0,0,1,1], ...
                     'String', {'Yout text', 'E.g. split by TEXTWRAP()'})
Ana on 24 Mar 2014

Ok..! Thanks!

Jan Simon

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