From jeanjulien.fleck at gmail.com Thu Jan 4 04:39:19 2007
From: jeanjulien.fleck at gmail.com (Fleck Jean-Julien)
Date: Thu, 4 Jan 2007 10:39:19 +0100
Subject: [Tioga-users] multiple figures in one class: only the first
works
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References: <44518.130.192.22.39.1165925642.squirrel@matmail.polito.it>
<6AA5A289-9AA4-4895-AC6B-14B6C0F947CC@kitp.ucsb.edu>
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Hello Bill,
The technical term for what you discovered is a "bug" ; - )
>
> In the about-to-be-released new version, "make_preview_pdf" has become an
> obsolete alias for the routine "make_pdf". Unless I've screwed up something
> else, make_pdf now takes either a number or a name for the figure and deals
> correctly with multiple figures in a class.
>
I still have a question about this. The test-code of Sergey is now working
fine, but I'm experiencing problems with the GUI of tioga on Mac.
I have made a fresh install of tioga1.3.0 this morning but I always get to
the same point: the GUI only wants to display the first figure. For example
from samples/plots/plots.rb, I get
>> /Users/jfleck/Desktop/tioga-1.3.0/samples/plots/plots_out/Blues_0044.pdf
make 1
cd plots_out; pdflatex -interaction nonstopmode Blues_0044.tex >
pdflatex.log
/Users/jfleck/Desktop/tioga-1.3.0/samples/plots/plots_out/Blues_0044.pdf
make 2
cd plots_out; pdflatex -interaction nonstopmode Blues_0044.tex >
pdflatex.log
/Users/jfleck/Desktop/tioga-1.3.0/samples/plots/plots_out/Blues_0044.pdf
Whatever slide I select, it always produce the first one.
Do you experience the same or could it come from some old installation I
should have cleaned ?
Moreover, when I try to download the latest version of the GUI, nothing more
wants to be displayed, only
-------------------------------------------------------
>>
I'm on PowerPC Macs, one X.3 and the other X.4. The result is the same on
both.
Cheers,
JJ
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From paxton at kitp.ucsb.edu Thu Jan 4 11:59:28 2007
From: paxton at kitp.ucsb.edu (Bill Paxton)
Date: Thu, 4 Jan 2007 08:59:28 -0800
Subject: [Tioga-users] multiple figures in one class: only the first
works
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References: <44518.130.192.22.39.1165925642.squirrel@matmail.polito.it>
<6AA5A289-9AA4-4895-AC6B-14B6C0F947CC@kitp.ucsb.edu>
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On Jan 4, 2007, at 1:39 AM, Fleck Jean-Julien wrote:
> I'm experiencing problems with the GUI of tioga on Mac.
>
> I have made a fresh install of tioga1.3.0 this morning but I always
> get to the same point: the GUI only wants to display the first
> figure. For example from samples/plots/plots.rb, I get
>
> Whatever slide I select, it always produce the first one.
>
> Do you experience the same or could it come from some old
> installation I should have cleaned ?
>
> Moreover, when I try to download the latest version of the GUI,
> nothing more wants to be displayed, only
>
> -------------------------------------------------------
> >>
>
Hi JJ,
Thanks for the report. Unfortunately when I just reinstalled
everything (tioga-1.3.0 and same for the GUI), I wasn't able to
reproduce the problem -- frustratingly enough, it all works fine on
my machine. But a co-worker here in Santa Barbara reported a similar
GUI problem just before the holiday vacation, so now that we're all
back from that, perhaps I can track down the problem on his machine.
--Bill
From jeanjulien.fleck at gmail.com Fri Jan 5 05:07:54 2007
From: jeanjulien.fleck at gmail.com (Fleck Jean-Julien)
Date: Fri, 5 Jan 2007 11:07:54 +0100
Subject: [Tioga-users] minus sign not in math mode
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Hello Bill,
There is something I noticed some times ago but forget to ask.
I remarked that the numbers on the axes are not in math mode. It's not a
problem when you have only positive numbers (as they are the same in math or
text fonts), but whenever you have a minus sign, there is quite a difference
(compare $-1$ and -1 in a common LaTeX file, the text minus is smaller and
thicker than the math one).
Could it be added a "axes_numbers_in_math_mode" switch in the next Tioga
release ? Or could everything be in math mode (as it is the case when you
have a log scale with powers of ten) ?
Cheers,
JJ
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From vincent.fourmond at 9online.fr Fri Jan 5 05:23:51 2007
From: vincent.fourmond at 9online.fr (vincent.fourmond at 9online.fr)
Date: Fri, 05 Jan 2007 10:23:51 +0000 (GMT)
Subject: [Tioga-users] minus sign not in math mode
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From paxton at kitp.ucsb.edu Sat Jan 6 14:49:37 2007
From: paxton at kitp.ucsb.edu (Bill Paxton)
Date: Sat, 6 Jan 2007 11:49:37 -0800
Subject: [Tioga-users] minus sign not in math mode
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On Jan 5, 2007, at 2:07 AM, Fleck Jean-Julien wrote:
> ...the numbers on the axes are not in math mode. It's not a problem
> when you have only positive numbers (as they are the same in math
> or text fonts), but whenever you have a minus sign, there is quite
> a difference (compare $-1$ and -1 in a common LaTeX file, the text
> minus is smaller and thicker than the math one).
Thanks for pointing that out JJ. It was just an oversight. The code
was using math mode for things like exponents, but not for plain
"vanilla" numbers. The next release will use math mode for all the
axis numbers.
Cheers,
Bill
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