Yes I have seen this problem, please see my comment from 12 Nov 2013.
Plotting in a UIPanel improved the situation but didn't resolve it completely.
It maybe also related to @Stephanie's problem below 08Sep2014. I have not tried investigating that solution/work around, if you come up with a solution, please post.
Great way to plot graphs in different tabs. Highly recommended.
Note: There is a small bug with graphs from different tabs being plotted on top of each other. This can be fixed using uipanel for each graph (instead of uicontainer). See comments below from @eff and @Brett 22nd Aug 2013.
I am using Matlab R2009a (Version 7.8) with MS Word 2010.
In general an excellent library for controlling MS Word, the only problem is the lack of examples and documentation.
The example you posted on the 15th June 2012 worked great except for the command "saveAs(w,file);" which returns the following error:
??? Error using ==> saveas at 59
Error in ==> dir_test3 at 100
Please can you also post an example that uses the scalePicture and insertTable functions? In particular, what is the format of the data passed into the insertTable function?
Hi, good Tool but i get an Error:
"Error using uiextras.MousePointerHandler/onMouseMoved
Cannot access method 'onMouseMoved' in class
Error while evaluating figure WindowButtonMotionFcn"
while I do some Figure handling in a loop one the time i hover over my GUI
I am getting the following error launching any compiled .exe Matlab app using the latest GuiLayoutToolbox:
'Size of property ''Sizes'' must match size of property ''Children''.'
It only happens in Matlab 2013b and was working fine in Matlab 2012b and earlier.
Please advise. Thanks.
@Sohil - You can only specify top and bottom TabPosition in GLT.
If you are using R2014b then you can now make use of the fully supported uitab and uitabgroup which allow you to set the TabLocation property to top, bottom, left or right.