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[Octave-bug-tracker] [bug #32311] text command differs between graphics_
[Octave-bug-tracker] [bug #32311] text command differs between graphics_tookits
Mon, 31 Jan 2011 22:41:14 +0000
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Summary: text command differs between graphics_tookits
Project: GNU Octave
Submitted by: godfrey
Submitted on: Mon 31 Jan 2011 10:41:13 PM GMT
Severity: 3 - Normal
Priority: 5 - Normal
Item Group: Incorrect Result
Assigned to: None
Originator Name: Michael Godfrey
Discussion Lock: Any
Operating System: GNU/Linux
In previous Octave versions (using gnuplot)
text(x,y,'text') displayed the text even if
(x,y) was not within the current axes or
display area. If the (x,y) was outside, the
axes were rescaled.
Now for gnuplot:
the text is displayed if (x,y) is within the
display area. The axes are not changed. Exactly
how far outside the axes is allowed is not clear.
Roughly up to the positions of the title, xlabel and
ylabel text works.
text only displays if (x,y) is within the axes.
If a text command is given with coordinates outside
the axes it is not displayed. If the axes are
expanded to include the (x,y) position of the text
then the text appears.
It would seem better to allow text to display if
its (x,y) is within the area including the title,
xlabel, and ylabel positions. It appears that
gnuplot does this. fltk requires a change.
I would say that the old (3.2.4) gnuplot behavior
should not be continued. But, there could be a
compatibility argument here.
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