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24 Jun 2014 GUI Layout Toolbox Layout management objects for MATLAB GUIs Author: Ben Tordoff

@jvc: I can't speak for Ben & David, but there is code in GLT taking the new HG2 graphics system into account (just not yet fixing the bugs with it), so I'm pretty sure they do intend to update. Of course some official news from Ben or David would be very welcome indeed!!!

17 Jun 2014 GUI Layout Toolbox Layout management objects for MATLAB GUIs Author: Ben Tordoff

It would be really helpful if this could be updated to work with the new prerelease and we could test our GUIs before an official release!

02 May 2014 Panel Like subplot, but easier, and WYSIWYG export to file. Also fixes dashed/dotted lines in export. Author: Ben Mitch

Thanks for the ideas Ben, not all the functions return handles :-(, but for those that do your idea is that I let the external function create the axes "free", then set up my panels, then use .select(axis_handle) to capture the axis into the correct panel -- I hadn't thought of it that way as I normally always select() before I plot. Will give this a go when I get time. Thanks again for a such a useful utility!!!

p.s. and yes the various website bugs on FEX are annoying, I normally copy my text before submitting just in case here...

01 May 2014 Panel Like subplot, but easier, and WYSIWYG export to file. Also fixes dashed/dotted lines in export. Author: Ben Mitch

My problem is that I have a several functions from a large toolbox that plots 2 axes, one above the other into a figure. I need to use their function *unaltered*, but want the output (2 axes, non overlapping) into 1 panel (relatively positioned). Whenever I select() or resize, panel then sets the positions of both *axes* within the panel to the same values (overlapping). If I could rewrite their functions I could use panel for layout but I'm trying to avoid shadowing lots of code in their toolbox... I think select() always calls recomputeLayout() which assumes the child axes should fill the panel (as in demopanelG). Cheers!

18 Mar 2014 Panel Like subplot, but easier, and WYSIWYG export to file. Also fixes dashed/dotted lines in export. Author: Ben Mitch

Hi Ben, another feature request: In demopanelG you show two axes being passed into select(). At the moment these axes have the same 'Position' property. Often one may want to position an axis over another, and using select() on these loses the position of each axes, forcing them to overlap. It would be great if we could pass in axes to be managed by a panel that may have non-overlapping positions.

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