> line 727, in draw get_current_fig_manager().canvas.draw()
> line 234, in draw self._pixmap_prepare (w, h) File
> line 291, in _pixmap_prepare self._pixmap_height)
> RuntimeError: could not create GdkPixmap object
Try updating from CVS -- this is unlikely to be due to his script, but
to some changes I made in the gtk backend and then fixed.
That did it.
That's a nice first stab at 3D scatter plots, Eric.
any suggestion of how to improve the
speed/efficiency, esthetic and functionality of such a routine?
I'll let the guru's speak to efficiency, but I have a suggestion for aesthetic
I have done quite a lot of 3D design in AutoCAD, and they have a very nice
"orbit" tool. They superimposed this compass thing over the drawing:
When you press the mouse button down in the N or S pole and then drag it, it
rotates around the E-W axis. If you press the mouse button down outside of
the compass, it rotates around the axis pointing out of the screen. I forget
what it does when you press the button down inside the compass but not on a
I guess this is way out of scope at this point, but I thought I'd mention it.
On Wednesday 17 August 2005 11:15 am, John Hunter wrote: