Discussion:
Screenshots for draw3d image always displaced into the upper right corner of the output window
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Mario Rodriguez
2017-07-03 06:53:23 UTC
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Here are the screenshots with and without the option “set size 1.3, 1.3”.
I remember that I spent some time with variable size in order to know if
it would be necessary to define an specific draw option for it. After
some empirical work, I decided it was completely useless due to the
behavior you are describing.

But what's wrong with Screenshot centerd.png? I suppose this picture has
been generated with the default values of size.

When the plot is generated, it may not fill the entire window until you
start to drag the mouse. If this is your problem, push on key "e" to
readjust the size of the plot.
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Roland Salz
2017-07-03 18:45:19 UTC
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Sorry for my late response, but I have been travelling all day.



From: Mario Rodriguez [mailto:***@telefonica.net]
Sent: Monday, July 3, 2017 8:53 AM



But what's wrong with Screenshot centerd.png? I suppose this picture has been generated with the default
values of size.



Yes, it has. In the first perspective given by draw3d it looks ok. But if you consider Screenshot centered from other
perspective.png, you would want to see this in a larger scale. The actual drawing in this perspective fills only a minor
part of the canvas.



When the plot is generated, it may not fill the entire window until you start to drag the mouse. If this is
your problem, push on key "e" to readjust the size of the plot.

Dragging the mouse changes nothing in the size on my system. Typing "e" gives no reaction on my Windows 10 machine at
all. Am I supposed to do this together with any other key? Is this supposed to work on Windows? The only thing I can do
is turn around the plot, either by pressing the left mouse key and at the same time moving a finger on the touchpad, or
by typing the arrow keys.



Best,

Roland

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