On Thu, 30 Oct 2008, Talha Yalta wrote:
The plotting functionality looks very neat with the latest
I have spotted some weird behavior though:
1)- I got problems using "," as the decimal point. That is,
enter "3,5" the program draws two horizontal lines at 3 and 5
without any warning or error message.
You can't use ',' as decimal point in this context (as it says in
the context help for adding a variable). I decided that
attempting to filter the user's formula was too error-prone, so
you're talking to gnuplot, and ',' does not signify the decimal
point in gnuplot.
2)- The graphs are usually rescaled very nicely depending on the
newly added lines except the horizontal lines. For example, if 5
is out of bounds of the y axis, adding y=5 expands the graph to
5 but then of course the line is invisible because it is
overlapping with the frame.
You have the option of visiting the "axis" tab and adjusting the
range if need be.
3)- I kept adding lines to the same plot and the program stopped
adding an automatic legend after line 29. What is more, now I
cannot have any legends in new plots. They don't show up even if
I enter something manually.
Ah, yes, there should be limit on how many lines can be added.
I'll try to determine what's a practical maximum.
5)- In the labels tab, there used to be an "add label"
No, it seemed that 3 labels should be enough for most purposes.
It might be worth allowing more, but it seems to me a low