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[Octave-bug-tracker] [bug #29656] printed and displayed axes postion are

From: Ben Abbott
Subject: [Octave-bug-tracker] [bug #29656] printed and displayed axes postion are different.
Date: Sat, 24 Apr 2010 14:14:09 +0000
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                 Summary: printed and displayed axes postion are different.
                 Project: GNU Octave
            Submitted by: bpabbott
            Submitted on: Sat 24 Apr 2010 10:14:08 AM EDT
                Category: Interpreter
                Severity: 3 - Normal
              Item Group: Incorrect Result
                  Status: Confirmed
             Assigned to: None
         Originator Name: Thomas Detman
        Originator Email: 
             Open/Closed: Open
         Discussion Lock: Any
                 Release: 3.2.3
        Operating System: GNU/Linux




I'm attaching a simple program that demonstrates the problem(s).

When I run this interactively under octave, I see (on the screen) exactly
what want and expect.  I define a file name on line 35, and there is a print
command on the next line, to save the plot in a file.

The problem is that the saved plot file, for some backends, does not match
what was on the screen.  My goal was to eliminate white space between panels;
on the screen it works, but with ".ps", ".pdf", it does not-- white space
(enough for the x-tick mark labels) is introduced.  With ".jpg", ".png", and
".eps" the plot file is correct, no white space introduced.  However, for
".eps" everything, axes, labels, lines, text all look very thin and/or faint.

Side question: Is there a way to suppress the x-tick labels on the first
(top) three subplots?  (Maybe, if I could do that, then the .pdf and/or .ps
backends would not introduce that white space.  And the plots would look much

  GNU Octave, version 3.2.3
  Ubuntu 8.04

Thanks, Thanks, Thanks


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Date: Sat 24 Apr 2010 10:14:08 AM EDT  Name: subTest.m  Size: 720B   By:
test script


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