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07 Jan 2014 fdep: a pedestrian function dependencies finder FDEP dissects ML files and iteratively looks for all user defined functions used during runtime Author: us

much faster than depfun, like 20 times. thanks.

but it does not seem to return .fig files.
(also problematic file)

01 Aug 2013 jMouseEmu: Mouse Emulator (v2.3) A Java-based function to control mouse programmatically Author: Kesh Ikuma

exactly what i was looking for (to emulate mouse movement)

but i got an error for

JMOUSEEMU(POS)

POS = [X,Y]

whether there is a figure or no figure.

if seems i have to use

jmouseemu(fig, POS)

fig => figure handle

13 May 2013 exportToPPTX MatLab tool for exporting data to PowerPoint 2007+ files without using COM-objects automation Author: Stefan Slonevskiy

Hi, Stefan

i have found 2 problems:

1. if you create a new PPTX without specifying the dimensions, (PPTX default = 10" x 7.5")

then if you want to save (append) to the same PPT file the 2nd time, it throws an error @ about line 402:

about "createdDate" does not exist:

PPTXInfo = rmfield(PPTXInfo, ....)

it appears that createdDate is assigned only if the dimensions are explicitly given.

so right now, i always give dimensions.

2. the axis scale does not seem to stick.

it always appears to be auto-scale. so my workaround is always use "saveas" in a temporary png file then add it in PPT/

thanks

regards,

02 May 2013 exportToPPTX MatLab tool for exporting data to PowerPoint 2007+ files without using COM-objects automation Author: Stefan Slonevskiy

thanks Stefan for such a speedy response

works beautifully, exactly what i need.

30 Apr 2013 exportToPPTX MatLab tool for exporting data to PowerPoint 2007+ files without using COM-objects automation Author: Stefan Slonevskiy

Jonathan is right,

i also can't create 4 different plots on the same figure. they're all identical.

in your example, you plot earth 4 times & put them in 2x2 plots on a slide.

now i want to plot 4 different plots/images & put them in 2x2 plots on one slide.

somehow, the 2x2 plots are of the same image (last plot) 4 times.

if you could kindly fix this bug, i'd give it 5 stars.

regards,

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