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Use of Position property of figures

Asked by Luca Tarasi on 15 Sep 2019
Latest activity Commented on by Luca Tarasi on 16 Sep 2019
Hi,
in the Command Window, when I execute the following as a single command
>> f = figure(1);plot(0);disp(f.Position);f.WindowState = 'maximized';disp(f.Position);
the printed outputs is
403 246 560 420
403 246 560 420
However, when I execute it as two separate commands,
>> f = figure(1);plot(0);disp(f.Position);f.WindowState = 'maximized';
and
>> disp(f.Position);
I get, respectively, the following two outputs:
403 246 560 420
1 41 1366 651
The second output is different (as I expected it to be). Why are the outputs different only when running the commands separately?
Thank you,
LT.

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Answer by Ankit
on 16 Sep 2019

Hi Luca,
using this command you can get the default figure position using get command
for e.g.
>> f = figure(1);plot(0);a = get(f,'defaultfigureposition');
a is in your case is the first output
later using f.WindowState = 'maximized'; you are changing the state from 'normal' to 'maximizied'
And displaying the changed position. This is your second output.
I would recommend you to use following command:
This will display the all the properties specific to the figure.
I hope this helps.
Thanks
Ankit

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Thank you, but what was unclear to me is why the position is not updated when I run the whole thing as a single command (I've edited the e question to make it less ambiguous).

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