Why ' gpos.m' is not working( ginput with posiiton of the current axes)?

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gpos.m file should work like GINPUT provided by Matlab,but it traces the position of cursor without click and is designed for 2-D axes. But Its getting error using in app designer?
Error:
Error using gpos
Too many input arguments.
Can any one help me with this?
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Walter Roberson
Walter Roberson on 21 Sep 2022
Change
app.tfig = [app.tfig, figure('Name', 'points','WindowButtonMotionFcn',@gpos)];
to
app.tfig = [app.tfig, figure('Name', 'points','WindowButtonMotionFcn',@(src,event)gpos(ancestor(src,'axes')))];
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Walter Roberson
Walter Roberson on 22 Sep 2022
I am unclear on the goal here.
Is the goal to be able to have gpos work on uiaxes (which would be in uifigure) ?
Is the goal to be able to have gpos work on traditional axes inside uifigure ?
Is the goal to be able to have gpos work on traditional axes inside traditional figures that just happen to be dynamically created inside App Designer ?
I started converting your code to use uifigure under the assumption that you would want to use gpos with (static) axes created by App Designer, but I gave up at the point where it told me that subplot() could not be used inside that kind of containers that have "automatically resize children" configured.

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