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Re: closeplot

From: Shai Ayal
Subject: Re: closeplot
Date: Thu, 20 Nov 2003 16:10:21 +0200
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Found a nice trick myself (sometimes you just have to read the manual)

gnuplot_command_plot="set mouse; pl"

will take care of everything


Miquel Cabanas wrote:

On Thu, Nov 20, 2003 at 02:27:44PM +0200, Shai Ayal wrote:

gset mouse

is ok, but I keep forgetting the gset command :)

it is of course possible(?) to redefine the closeplot
command so that it issues the gset mouse command, but
is there a better way ?

closeplot is a built in function which means you will have
to touch the c++ code to implement your mods. It's easier
to append `gset mouse' to the file plot.m

Use the command `which plot' to find where your local copy
lives. Then, make a local copy so that your mods don't mess
with other's preferences. Last modify it, it's pretty easy.

Incidentally, this implies that you have set up the LOADPATH
variable to point to your local path in first instance (check
`help path' for details).


Shai Ayal, Ph.D.
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