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## Re: Alternative to gset nokey;

**From**: |
Dmitri A. Sergatskov |

**Subject**: |
Re: Alternative to gset nokey; |

**Date**: |
Thu, 14 Apr 2005 21:37:29 -0600 |

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Joe Koski wrote:

I think I know how to rewrite legend.m to use __gnuplot_set__ in place of
gset. I've already done that successfully in another routine, my local
version of figure.m that sets font and font size. Is __gnuplot_set__ the
correct approach, or is there a better, more forward looking way?

I actually converted all octave-forge plotting routines to the new syntax.
__gnuplot_set__ should/will be eventually replaced by __gnuplot_raw__(),
but at the moment there are some complications, so __gnuplot_set__
will be here for a while.

`The diff is at
``ftp://coffee.phys.unm.edu/pub/dima/octave/plot.diff.bz2
`

`Unfortunately new version of legend.m has a typo.
``Please find and replace
``__gnuplot_raw__ new_plot
`
with
__gnuplot_raw__(new_plot)
(Perhaps there are other problems, but it works for me.)
Regards,
Dmitri.
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