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- Yair Altman (3 days 23 hours ago): @Ale – First, did you really expect some undocumented functionality that I wrote about back in 2009 to continue working in 2015 ?! Be realistic! Secondly, it turns out...
- Krishnan (4 days 8 hours ago): Yair, I think I have a method of adding and removing from static class path, but I am unable to make it stick on subsequent restarts of Matlab. The idea is to use...
- Yair Altman (4 days 12 hours ago): @Chuck – don’t delete the component, but rather its Matlab container. This will work in both R2013b and R2015b: [jc,hc] = javacomponent(label,...); ... delete(hc)
- Yair Altman (5 days 10 hours ago): no Alex
- Alex Poulsen (5 days 16 hours ago): Would italicized text be possible?
- Yair Altman (7 days 10 hours ago): The code that is launched by the button callback runs on a separate thread so waitfor simply blocks execution of that thread, and other callbacks can still process. This is...
- Johan (7 days 19 hours ago): Hi Yair, I stumbled onto this page when trying to solve my conundrum. I’m trying to get ‘waitfor/uiwait’ to hold for a message box in a callback. I made a minimum...
- Yair Altman (9 days 4 hours ago): Yes of course. But since you neglected to come back here and update that you have found a solution, causing me and other readers extra effort to look for a solution, I thought...
- Carl Witthoft (10 days 5 hours ago): Yep, at least for me drawnow solved the problem. I was the OP for that SO question, btw
- Yair Altman (10 days 9 hours ago): Cross-referenced solution (as for Fabian’s issue above, to add a call to drawnow): http://stackoverflow.com/a/350 70679/233829
- Carl Witthoft (11 days 2 hours ago): (sorry about directly emailing – I missed your warnings) Hi – re your column on assigning transparency to plot markers: I tried the code on a simple example and...
- Ale (11 days 3 hours ago): What about setting a keyboard shortcut for a custom shortcut? I have some shortcut that I use really often, but I have to click on them all the time… Ale
- Dan Dolan (12 days 15 hours ago): I’m also puzzled by this message. I can tweak resolution settings, but not precisely enough to actually calibrate this screen.
- Efraïm Salari (13 days 11 hours ago): Works perfect! Thanks for the help.
- Dan (13 days 16 hours ago): Looks like the property is still not modifiable in 2016a. The error message informs us to simply change the resolution in our OS. Right. >> set(0, 'ScreenPixelsPerInch',100); Warning:...
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