dpb <email@example.com> wrote in message <firstname.lastname@example.org>... > On 1/10/2013 10:48 AM, rachael wrote: > > I'm going to file a bug report. > > Please don't toppost--hard conversation follow makes... > > Have you checked renderer settings, etc., that it may be a fignewton of > the particular graphics drivers, hardward display card, etc., etc., ...? > > --
Okay, Yoda, I won't "toppost" this time. :-)
I suppose I hadn't considered fignewtons in my graphics drivers or hardware. You may be onto something to detect a delectable, yet erroneous, "treat" in my system but the "renderer" alone doesn't appear to do the trick.
Here is the work around that was offered by a Mathworks tech. with whom I troubleshot the issue:
%% NOTE: setting the 'xlim' and 'ylim' here is what really seems to do the fix. The %% code I had used before was along the lines of "axis([axes1, axes2], ax)", but this %% code (now) produces uneven yaxes. Specifyin the xlim and ylim independently %% seems to be the ticket. set(axes1,... 'layer' ,'top',...% Draw axes lines above data 'position',position,... 'xLim' ,xLim,... 'yLim' ,yLim);