On Wed, Sep 3, 2008 at 12:47 PM, David M. Kaplan <David.Kaplan@…622…> wrote:
Back from vacation. The problem with not being able to end point
selection is easy to fix - allow keyboard clicks to also select points
and enter to also exit (this is the solution matlab uses). This is easy
to add and I will try to work on it sometime over the next couple of
I will try your example sometime soon and see what happens. It sounds
like the problem has something to do with what happens when the label
covers the entire contour - currently the contour gets deleted entirely,
but this seems to be doing something strange in your case.
On Thu, 2008-08-21 at 16:02 +0200, Mark Bakker wrote:
Enjoy your vacation.
I tried the contour_label_demo and it works fine, but my problem
I suggest you try the example I provided below, and notice the
difference between labeling with inline=True and inline=False. When
inline=True the contours in the middle part (which don’t get labeled,
presumably because there isn’t enough room) get erased.
I figured out the manual input problem. The trick is that you require
to press the middle button to end (I’ll do a post to the user’s list).
Many laptops don’t have a middle button. Although suggestions are
found on the web that pushing both buttons simultaneously works, I
have never seen it work. What you have to do is configure your
touchpad such that a corner acts as the middle button. Once I figured
that out, I could end manually selecting the labels. Very nice. If I
may, I strongly recommend you change the code such that pushing the
right button ends the manual input. Is there any reason not to use the
right button for that?
I hope you can fix the inline problem. Thanks for all the other new
On Tue, Aug 19, 2008 at 4:06 PM, <kaplan@…635…> wrote:
I am currently on vacation, so I can´t be of much help - back
beginning of next month. It would be useful if
you could try the clabel and ginput demo scripts and send
images of the resulting figures so that we can determine
exactly what things work and don´t work.
Mark Bakker <markbak@...149...> ha escrito:
Hello David and the developers list-
I have had little luck on the mailing list, so sorry
for writing you
directly (David may be on vacation).
I have two problems labeling contour lines in [0.98.3.](http://0.98.3.)
First, when I call clabel, it removes all contours
that are not labeled
(because the label doesn't fit on the section of
contour, I presume).
This seems like a bug to me (or a really odd feature).
It doesn't do this
when inline = False, but I don't think it should do it
either when inline =
z = log(x**2 + y**2)
cobj = contour(x,y,z) # Note
that there are 8 contours
contour sections in all)
<a list of 8 text.Text objects>
draw() # Now only 5 contours
are drawn; the ones in the
Second, when using the new manual labeling of contour
labels (which is
pretty neat!), how do I end this feature?
The doc string says: right click, or potentially click
both mouse buttons
together (which already worries me).
Neither works for me on win32, mpl 0.98.3, TkAgg
backend, interactive mode.
Does anybody have a solution?
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