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Re: Plotting window (Jhandle) in 3.0 under Vista

From: Tatsuro MATSUOKA
Subject: Re: Plotting window (Jhandle) in 3.0 under Vista
Date: Mon, 28 Jan 2008 13:58:58 +0900 (JST)

Hi Michael

I would like to write the note to use jhandle as graphic backend on my web
and octave-forgeWiki.
I think that the jhandle requires the Sun Java version >= 1.6 for 
Is that all required ?

OHTH, for MSVC 8 problem, I will make to the link in my web of  
"FW:Re: note for mkoctfile for MSVC (MSVC2008)" on Nabble.


--- Michael Goffioul <address@hidden> wrote:

> On 1/11/08, Puckja <address@hidden> wrote:
> > When I plot a simple curve, the figure window initially shows up with the
> > menu bar at the upper left corner of the screen, and then the "menu" bar is
> > missing as the curve showed up.  There is a time delay in between which may
> > be due to the slow processor/GPU.  The problem is that the figure window did
> > not refresh right and behave strangely.
> >
> > If I moved the window to center, the "frame" will stay there, but the
> > "content" will be showed up again at the upper left corner.
> >
> > If I try to zoom in with mouse click, the click location is registered
> > higher (about 100 pixels), but it was zoomed correctly.
> >
> > Sometimes, the figure content will not show up (instead, the content at the
> > background window shows up), but I can minimize/restore the figure window,
> > and then the content will be displayed (again at the upper left corner of my
> > screen).
> >
> > I did not experience this with my other XP machine (Java  This
> > Vista machine is running Java  BTW, this machine is a so-called
> > UMPC (Fujitsu U810), the processor is Intel A110 with Intel 945GM Express
> > chipset.  I hope the hardware is not the limiting factor.
> I'm afraid it is....
> I don't have these problems and it looks like the combination of Java, OpenGL
> and Vista is not working properly. The windows management as well as
> the OpenGL context management is handled by Java/JOGL, so the
> problem you have is probably out of the control of octave/JHandles.
> The only advise I can give you is to make sure you're using the latest
> version of all components:
> - install Java-1.6
> - check your drivers (by googling a little bit, I found this page
> > Could someone show me how can I switch to gnuplot to test out the source of
> > the problem?
> Edit the file <octave>\share\octave\3.0.0\m\startup\__default_graphics__.m
> and make it return "gnuplot" instead of "jhandles".
> > BTW, the console window cannot be resized by dragging its corner, but it may
> > not be related.
> Under XP, you can change the console properties by clicking in the title
> bar icon (upper-right corner) and choosing "Properties". The console
> properties are not controlled by octave.
> Michael.
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