|Subject:||Re: Subplots not drawing correctly.|
|Date:||Mon, 29 Oct 2018 11:01:44 -0700|
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You added "grid on" commands to each subplot command I assume? So
this is something different. I agree with Doug - your plot shows
I assume the lines are there, but are faint. The default graphics toolkit is "qt" and it works fine for me. When I change to "fltk" I also get the faint lines that are barely visible.
close all graphics_toolkit('qt') plot_tf_comparisons_0
If that still doesn't work, try different sizes for your plot window, use the print() command to save to png, or manipulate the grid line width directly in the properties.
On 2018-10-29 6:13 a.m., IMacaulay wrote:
Thanks for the suggestion, but that does not work for me. I have tried this, in the past, and also drawing all lines (data) in one horribly long 'plot' command but neither solved the issue. In the attached example, you'll see that although the first plot is fixed, the second lacks its x-grid lines.
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