Sascha Schnepp wrote:
I already posted this some days ago to the list but I'm still hoping for answers...
I don't like the blackedge of the marker symbols very much. Therefore I changed the markeredgewidth to zero. But this isn't the appropriate solution because it makes the markers + and x vanish. Is there a possibilty for the markeredge to inherit its color from the marker symbol?
I'm not sure of your scenario, but you can specify that the marker edge and face colour are the same when calling the axes.plot() function, e.g.
defaultMarkerColor = 'b'
ax.plot(sx, sy, linestyle='None', markersize=defaultMarkerSize, marker='v', zorder='1', markerfacecolor=defaultMarkerColor, markeredgecolor=defaultMarkerColor)
Note also that a line has a function set_markeredgecolor() where you can set the edge colour.