Thank you, John. I thought I was lost to PyPlot too,
> but ... well, matplotlib is just too cool So I
> struggled a bit and I managed to get a print of the graph
> by first saving it to a file and then printing the
> file. It actually woks on wxPython 220.127.116.11, I don't expect
> it to work with 18.104.22.168. I imagine that some people will
> benefit from this code and I'd be more than happy to give
> my share to matplotlib. So please let me know how should I
> send my code. IF I should send it I'll do it tomorrow
> if everything is OK, I'm exhausted today.
Definitely send the code. If it's not too big, just post it to the
list. Pasting in the code is better than attachments because the
sourceforge archiver drops attachments (but be careful that the lines
don't wrap). If the code is too long, you can send it to me and I'll
include a link to it on the web site.