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[Octave-bug-tracker] [bug #34939] legend size (gnuplot)

From: Muhali
Subject: [Octave-bug-tracker] [bug #34939] legend size (gnuplot)
Date: Wed, 30 Nov 2011 06:20:01 +0000
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Follow-up Comment #9, bug #34939 (project octave):

I'm really lost now, and I am still not convinced that we talk about the same
thing. At least I have two clear answers:

To Jordi: ("Isn't this relative size also different if you resize the plot
window?") - No it is not. If the right bar is, say, 10 times as tall as the
the legends are thick, then they remain so if I resize the window.

To Ben: ("Using x11 the relative size does change as the figure is
resized...") - Same thing. No. Not on any of my machines.

I just checked matlab, and everything (plot and print) looks absolute
identical there, which is what I would expect.

Of course the size of the final figure depends on the screen or print
resolution, but that should be *unique* across the entire figure, so that the
bars and not scaled differently than the legends.

I may still be completely missing something, but could you at least confirm
that matlab's behavior is what one would expect, that is, (mathematical)
similarity of plotted and printed figure?



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