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Re: how to apply gnuplot_fixed to octave 2.9.16 MSVC

From: Tatsuro MATSUOKA
Subject: Re: how to apply gnuplot_fixed to octave 2.9.16 MSVC
Date: Sat, 17 Nov 2007 07:19:50 +0900 (JST)

Hello Michael

Thanks for your reply.

Because my windows is Japanese Version, I translate the message from the 
explorer when the I exectute
wgnuoplot extracted from
The expolerer told me.

"Since the stucture (constitution) of this application is illegal, it was not 
This seems not to be securities problem.
Pherhaps this seems to be the windows dependent problem and to be difficult to 
find a solution.

At now I read the Alexandar's reply, this problem also seems to be Japanese 
Windows specific like pkg

Anyway I myself do not care the pallete problem, I will use the w(p)gnuplot in 
the original archive.

My motto is 'do not espect everything to the octave and the do the things about 
plotting, do in the


--- Michael Goffioul <address@hidden> wrote:

> On 11/16/07, Tatsuro MATSUOKA <address@hidden> wrote:
> > Dear Alexander
> >
> > Excuse me that my mail is not help.
> >
> > I experienced the same error.
> > However, I have uninstalled them and I only installed octave 2.9.16 MSVC.
> > Then gnuplot works well.
> >
> > Hi Michael
> >
> > "The file contains corrected gnuplot executables that 
> > solve a problem
> discovered
> > shortly after release that prevented gnuplot to read in palette data."
> >
> > Any way this gnuplot does not work at all on my computer like Alexandar.
> > Is this related to 'prevented gnuplot to read in palette data'.
> >
> > Please reply us.
> Could this be related to security settings?
> I can't reproduce the problem: I downloaded the file from sourceforge and
> uncompressed it (using WinXP zip decompressor) in the octave bin
> directory. Everything works as expected. However I noticed that if
> I start wgnuplot.exe from windows explorer, I get a warning dialog telling
> me the program comes from another computer and that it might be
> not secure to run it (I don't get this warning with executables installed
> by the regular installer). Maybe your security settings simply refuse
> to execute it?
> I can "unlock" the executable by right-clicking on the file and selecting
> properties (there's a "unlock" button at the bottom).
> Michael.
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