Category Archives: High risk of breaking in future versions

Very likely to break in some future Matlab versions. Usually indicates a deeply undocumented feature that relies on internal Matlab code which may change or break with no prior notice.

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uigetfile/uiputfile customizations

A file-selector dialog window that includes an integrated preview panel is shown and explained.

Categories: GUI, High risk of breaking in future versions, Java, Undocumented feature
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Customizing uifigures part 2

Matlab’s new web-based uifigures can be customized using custom CSS and Javascript code.

Categories: Figure window, Guest bloggers, GUI, High risk of breaking in future versions, Undocumented feature
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AppDesigner’s mlapp file format

MLAPP files created by AppDesigner can be inspected and manipulated outside AppDesigner.

Categories: GUI, High risk of breaking in future versions, Undocumented feature
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MEX ctrl-c interrupt

An undocumented MEX function can help interrupt running MEX functions.

Categories: High risk of breaking in future versions, Mex
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Figure window customizations

Matlab figure windows can be customized in numerous manners using the underlying Java Frame reference.

Categories: Figure window, GUI, Hidden property, High risk of breaking in future versions, Java, Undocumented feature
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Transparent labels

Matlab labels can be set to a transparent background as well as padding.

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Faster findjobj

the ubiquitous findjobj utility has been significantly improved for speed for the most common use case.

Categories: GUI, Handle graphics, High risk of breaking in future versions, Java, UI controls
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Secure SSL connection between Matlab and PostgreSQL

It is tricky, but quite possible, to use SSL to connect Matlab to a PostgreSQL database.

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Programmatic shortcuts manipulation – part 2

Non-standard shortcut controls and customizations can easily be added to the Matlab desktop.

Categories: Desktop, High risk of breaking in future versions, Java, Undocumented feature
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Programmatic shortcuts manipulation – part 1

Matlab Desktop shortcuts can be programmatically accessed and customized.

Categories: Desktop, High risk of breaking in future versions, Undocumented feature
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