Sergei Ossokine wrote: > I've been playing around with for the last few days and I am unable to > figure out how to make the following happen: suppose I have 2 data sets > with different ranges in say the vertical axis. Then I use the "Hide > object" option to hide one of them. Is there any way for the vertical axis > to now be scaled to fit only the visible data set? This is what happens > under similar circumstances in xmgrace and I was wondering if it can > happen here.
I think the axis autoscaling ignores the hide attribute. I think this bug should be fairly easy to fix - I just need to check that hide isn't set before calling the autoscaling code. > Also, I was wondering if it is possible to use the new object-oriented > approach to create graphs not only from the embedding python interface but > also from a .vsz file itself. It should work fine, but I can't remember if I have tested it. You should have access to the Root object in the vsz file. You might need to use the -- unsafe-mode option on veusz if you do lots of python in your veusz file (like imports, etc). Jeremy _______________________________________________ Veusz-discuss mailing list Veuszfirstname.lastname@example.org https://mail.gna.org/listinfo/veusz-discuss