Hi,

I'm using the TkAgg backend. It is nice and fine except one issue:

Here is a trivial testcase:

import pylab

import numpy

M=numpy.zeros((2000,2000))

pylab.imshow(M)

The cursor position is displayed this way: x=1.23e03 y=1.72e03 (in right corner of the window)

It should be formated as intergers and not as floats.

It is not only cosmetics because with 1.23e03, we are missing the last digit (it matters in my usecase and anyhow it is q bit stupid).

The fix should be trivial but I have to find the line of interest...

Xavier

The x and y toolbar coordinate formatting are controlled by a pair of

functions, fmt_xdata and fmt_ydata. You can set them to be anything

you like, eg for integer formatting:

def format_int(x):

return '%d'%int(x)

ax.fmt_xdata = format_int

JDH

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On Sat, Aug 30, 2008 at 4:13 PM, Xavier Gnata <xavier.gnata@...287...> wrote:

Hi,

I'm using the TkAgg backend. It is nice and fine except one issue:

Here is a trivial testcase:

import pylab

import numpy

M=numpy.zeros((2000,2000))

pylab.imshow(M)

The cursor position is displayed this way: x=1.23e03 y=1.72e03 (in right

corner of the window)

It should be formated as intergers and not as floats.

It is not only cosmetics because with 1.23e03, we are missing the last

digit (it matters in my usecase and anyhow it is q bit stupid).

The fix should be trivial but I have to find the line of interest...