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Posted - 03 Jul 2010 :  19:17:55  Show Profile  Reply with Quote
I'd like the axis labels on my plot to rotate with the plot as it's being manipulated by the user.

In the examples, in Scatter->Symbols ("Mental Powers Peak in the Afternoon") the y-axis labels don't seem to track with the plot as it's being rotated although the x-axis labels track perfectly well.

In the Scatter->Scatter Plot ("Theoretical vs Experimental Data") example, both axes labels track as the plot is being rotated.

Nothing in the code is jumping out at me as to what creates the different behaviors...


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Posted - 06 Jul 2010 :  08:48:25  Show Profile  Reply with Quote
The ScatterPoints example uses the EXPONENTFORMAT numeric format to label the y-axis. Because of the raised exponent, the EXPONENTFORMAT numeric format is handled as a special case in the software, with a unique rendering method. Unfortunately, that introduced a bug where the labels with the EXPONENTFORMAT were not rotated with the rest of the graph. That has since been corrected, and if you use the download link you were sent at the time you ordered the software you can download a corrected version.
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