I love this library; this makes testing in MATLAB nearly painless.
I've found one small bug in how error messages are handled in version 2.0.1 -- if your data contains characters which are meaningful to sprintf (backslashes in a Windows path, for example), the message is truncated and you get warnings about invalid escape sequences. Adding the following line to the end of comparisonMessage.m will insert the necessary escapes in the error message:
Oh, sorry. I did't see that other post.
Could it have something to do with plot properties? If a greate a plot with like:
Then the '.k' will cause all other plots in tabs, to be traced through the layer of tabs. If i use 'k' - thereby skipping the '.' - all works fine.
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.
Plotting with plot3 on tabs other then the first, will cause the lines in the plot, to "trace" back on tabs prior to the tab, with the plot3. It works fine if the plot3 has a TabPanel as Parent, but not if plot3 has, for instance, a HBox as parent.
Anyone else with this problem or a solution for it?