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[Octave-bug-tracker] [bug #38584] setting linestyle to "none" for fill o

From: Rik
Subject: [Octave-bug-tracker] [bug #38584] setting linestyle to "none" for fill object causes error (gnuplot)
Date: Sat, 25 Jan 2014 05:06:20 +0000
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Follow-up Comment #3, bug #38584 (project octave):

Fill is just a front end for the patch function.  It seems that
__gnuplot_drawnow__ does not properly handle patches where the linestyle is
"none".  Here is the same example done with patch.

graphics_toolkit gnuplot
hp = patch ([0 1 1 0]', [0 0 1 1]', 'r');
set (hp, 'linewidth', 10);
axis ([-1 2 -1 2])
set (hp, 'linestyle', 'none')

plot "-" binary format='%float64' record=4 using ($1):($2) title "" with
filledcurve lc rgb "#ff0000" fillstyle transparent solid 1.000000 , "-" binary
format='%float64' record=5 using ($1):($2) title "" with  linewidth 10.000000 
 lc rgb "#000000" ;

I don't use the gnuplot backend anymore but it seems like the first part of
the intstructions are correct to draw an object with color #ff0000 (red).  It
seems to me like the entire second part of the plot command beginning after
the ',' could be removed.


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