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Re: rendering into eps issues a bug?

From: Ben Abbott
Subject: Re: rendering into eps issues a bug?
Date: Wed, 24 Aug 2016 20:34:08 -0400

> On Aug 24, 2016, at 8:25 PM, Clinton Winant <address@hidden> wrote:
> using either qt, fltk, gnuplot, the script
> for m=1:3
>   sig=m*[1:3];
>   plot(m,sig(1),'ks','markersize',8,'markerfacecolor','k');hold on;
>   plot(m,sig(2),'k.','markersize',14);
>   plot(m*ones(size(sig(3:end))),sig(3:end),'ko','markersize',10);
> endfor
> produce the correct screenplot, see attached for the qt version
> Attempts tp print the plot on eps using e.g.
> >> graphics_toolkit qt
> >> close all
> >> debugprint;%  (the script above)
> >> print -deps temp.eps
> >> quit
> fail on all three toolkits,
> for qt and fltk the eps file is appended.  A screen mask appears to have been 
> overlayed over  symbols plotted using the 2nd and 3rd call to plot.  The 
> points that are shown correctly in the eps file are from the first call to 
> plot.
> for gnuplot, al the points appear, but are in color, even though the print 
> statement specifies -deps rather than -depsc

Looks like two bugs. May we ask that you file two bug reports? One for the 
obscured symbols for OpenGL and one for Gnuplot defaulting to B&W.


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