using ginput with images -- axes are resized?

hi, I am trying to use ginput with some images and for some reason it keeps changing the axes with the mouse click.
I don’t know if this is a feature or bug, but I would like it not to affect my images at all.

here is a short example:

···

#—
from pylab import ginput, imshow, rand

t=rand(50,50)
imshow(t)
x = ginput(1)
#—

this problem was also addressed in a post back in august: http://www.nabble.com/ginput-changes-axes-limits-td18863282.html#a18863282
but it received no replies.

any ideas on whats going on?

thanks,
adam.

Adam wrote:

hi, I am trying to use ginput with some images and for some reason it keeps changing the axes with the mouse click.
I don't know if this is a feature or bug, but I would like it not to affect my images at all.

Confirmed: it's a big bug. I suspect it has a simple fix, but I don't have time to look into it.

Eric

···

here is a short example:

#---
from pylab import ginput, imshow, rand

t=rand(50,50)
imshow(t)
x = ginput(1)
#---

this problem was also addressed in a post back in august: http://www.nabble.com/ginput-changes-axes-limits-td18863282.html#a18863282
but it received no replies.

any ideas on whats going on?

thanks,
adam.

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Adam-221 wrote:

hi, I am trying to use ginput with some images and for some reason it
keeps
changing the axes with the mouse click.
I don't know if this is a feature or bug, but I would like it not to
affect
my images at all.

here is a short example:

#---
from pylab import ginput, imshow, rand

t=rand(50,50)
imshow(t)
x = ginput(1)
#---

this problem was also addressed in a post back in august:
http://www.nabble.com/ginput-changes-axes-limits-td18863282.html#a18863282
but it received no replies.

any ideas on whats going on?

thanks,
adam.

Hi adam

I found I needed to set the axis type to 'image'.
The following code dosen't resize.

···

#------------------------------------------------------
import pylab

x1 = pylab.rand(103, 53)
fig1 = pylab.figure(1)
ax1 = fig1.add_subplot(111)
ax1.imshow(x1)
ax1.axis('image')
ax1.axis('off')
x = fig1.ginput(2)

fig1.show()

#--------------------------

cheers Eleanor

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