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I have a code routine that displays an image in a figure window and also superimposes a scatter plot onto that image. When the data tip tool is clicked on a pixel too close to one of the plot points (even not directly on it) the data tip will try to process a nearby plot point instead of the image pixel directly under it. Zooming does not help.

Is there a way that I can make the data tip ignore the presence of the plot data?