i am unsure if this is a issue or not.
if i input the following:
i expect that the x output is the samme for both cordinates, and that i have a diferense of only 0.58m in the y, how ever the diference in x is about 1M and in y about 22,5M. any thoughts ?
This looks as a function I might as well quickly fall in love with. However, I am in troubles with how to make it work. I do not find it so straightforward how to install Xpdf on mac, OS X. Can anyone help me with step-by-step instructions on proper installation commands in the terminal?
Is it possible to add elements to grids horizontally and not vertically?
Also, using the profiler i see alot of calls to the redraw function. Cant you skip the redraw in certain cases (when the object is not visible)
Thanks a lot for this toolbox,
Using version 1.17 in matlab R2013b, I came across some display issue with CardPanel object. Axes within cards are not refreshed correctly when switching from one card to another and both drawnow or resizing the figure do not help. You may read further details and find simple test case on stackoverflow: http://stackoverflow.com/q/25727765/684399
PS: This toolbox is extremely useful for designing appealing interfaces.
05 Sep 2014
Exports figures nicely to a number of vector & bitmap formats.
Selecting the location for the system version of ghostscript did not work for me. I am using matlab 2014a on a mac (10.9.4). My ghoscript installation is via MacPorts, and installs in /opt/local/bin/gs. My default shell is csh, not bash.
I was able to get the ghostscript.m script to work by changing the mac-specific 'export DYLIB...' commands (bash syntax) to 'setenv DYLIB....' (csh syntax).
I did not find an easy way to check what shell the user is using, but perhaps some checking for this could be added. Since the fix requiring the environment variable to be set has been around for about a year in your code, I suspect not many users have csh as their default shell, either under unix or OSX systems.
I have been using export_fig for several years, and am glad to have it back with my new laptop.