Where is the widgets ...???

Hi all …,

  Anyone may tell me what happend with the  *widgets*        in the

matplotlib???

  Before it is here ...,  from matplotlib import widgets

  but now it is vanished ..., or where it is ???

  Further informations ...

my matplotlib       version is

1.0.0 - $Revision: 8503 $

my numpy version is 1.5.0.dev8469

my OS is Windows Vista 64

Thank you very much for any help.

Cheers,
···
-- Ademir Francisco da Silva

Hello again …,

  Case closed. Finally I find it..., but for my success I have taken

off the # of the #interactive : False on the line #37 from
this file matplotlib\mpl-data\matplotlibrc and everything
works fine now.

  But I have another important question for all of you..., recently

I have changed my Python’s version from 2.6.5 to 2.7 and since I
did it my widgets.Cursor and widgets.Button do not work, so
anyone have a idea about this behavior to tell me, please ???

  Further information ...

  My code is the same and before it works fine but now it just not

works …, just take a look in the excerpt of my code below …

  widgets.Cursor( axe, useblit = True, color = self.cor[ 477 ][ 1 ],

lw = 2 )

  widgets.Button( pyplot.axes( [ .91, .1, .08, .06 ] ),

self.textName[ 19 ],

                          color = self.cor[ 403 ][ 1 ], hovercolor =

self.cor[ 46 ][ 1 ] ).\

                          on_clicked( self.button_12Click )

  How may I fix it, please ???

  Cheers,
···
-- Ademir Francisco da Silva
-- Ademir Francisco da Silva

On Sun, Jul 11, 2010 at 11:15 AM, Ademir Francisco da Silva

Case closed. Finally I find it..., but for my success I have taken off the
# of the #interactive : False on the line #37 from this file
matplotlib\\mpl-data\\matplotlibrc and everything works fine now.

I don't think this flag will affect whether or nor widgets is
imported. Are you sure you haven't made some other changes?

But I have another important question for all of you..., recently I have
changed my Python's version from 2.6.5 to 2.7 and since I did it my
widgets.Cursor and widgets.Button do not work, so anyone have a idea about
this behavior to tell me, please ???

Further information ...
My code is the same and before it works fine but now it just not works ...,
just take a look in the excerpt of my code below ...

widgets.Cursor( axe, useblit = True, color = self.cor[ 477 ][ 1 ], lw = 2 )
widgets.Button( pyplot.axes( [ .91, .1, .08, .06 ] ), self.textName[ 19 ],
color = self.cor[ 403 ][ 1 ], hovercolor = self.cor[
46 ][ 1 ] ).\
on_clicked( self.button_12Click )

How may I fix it, please ???

Did you compile matplotlib for python2.7 yourself -- we haven't
released any binaries yet for that version. Can you paste a complete
free-standing example that replicates the problem as wee as the output
of your script on your system when you pass in the --verbose-helpful
flag?

JDH

Hi John …,

I am just take that binarie from this internet address   

Hmmmm…, so I was wondering that the problem is it and I will have
to wait for the official version of the matplotlib binaries for the
Python 2.7( win64 ). Sucks…!
I hope to have that binaries asap and after the installation of it I
will verify if that problem continues.
anyway I really enjoyed your prompt aid …, Thanks.
Cheers,

···

http://www.lfd.uci.edu/~gohlke/pythonlibs/

-- Ademir Francisco da Silva

Again, please post a complete free-standing example that replicates the problem, otherwise we can not help you. The binaries you are using are as close to any later official binaries as possible at this point and they pass all the example tests for the agg, cairo, and pdf backends.

Christoph

···

On 7/11/2010 12:12 PM, Ademir Francisco da Silva wrote:

   Em 11/07/2010 13:56, John Hunter escreveu:

On Sun, Jul 11, 2010 at 11:15 AM, Ademir Francisco da Silva

Case closed. Finally I find it..., but for my success I have taken off the
# of the #interactive : False on the line #37 from this file
matplotlib\\mpl-data\\matplotlibrc and everything works fine now.

I don't think this flag will affect whether or nor widgets is
imported. Are you sure you haven't made some other changes?

But I have another important question for all of you..., recently I have
changed my Python's version from 2.6.5 to 2.7 and since I did it my
widgets.Cursor and widgets.Button do not work, so anyone have a idea about
this behavior to tell me, please ???

Further information ...
My code is the same and before it works fine but now it just not works ...,
just take a look in the excerpt of my code below ...

widgets.Cursor( axe, useblit = True, color = self.cor[ 477 ][ 1 ], lw = 2 )
widgets.Button( pyplot.axes( [ .91, .1, .08, .06 ] ), self.textName[ 19 ],
                         color = self.cor[ 403 ][ 1 ], hovercolor = self.cor[
46 ][ 1 ] ).\
                         on_clicked( self.button_12Click )

How may I fix it, please ???

Did you compile matplotlib for python2.7 yourself -- we haven't
released any binaries yet for that version. Can you paste a complete
free-standing example that replicates the problem as wee as the output
of your script on your system when you pass in the --verbose-helpful
flag?

JDH

Hi John ...,

I am just take that binarie from this internet address
http://www.lfd.uci.edu/~gohlke/pythonlibs/
Hmmmm..., so I was wondering that the problem is it and I will have to
wait for the official version of the matplotlib binaries for the Python
2.7( win64 ). Sucks...!
I hope to have that binaries asap and after the installation of it I
will verify if that problem continues.

anyway I really enjoyed your prompt aid ..., Thanks.

Cheers,

--
Ademir Francisco da Silva

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