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vrf FW: FW: problem with VEE/matlab plotting.

Question asked by VRFuser on Feb 5, 2003
Further investigation reveals that using the message box to keep the plot on
the screen inside the loop takes the focus
away from the plot and puts it back on the vee window. With the message box
the first plot appears on top of the vee window,
and the second plot appears on screen but it is behind the vee window. If
you take out the message box, both the first and second plot windows appear
on top of the vee window. As a work around I am going to use Matlabs
"uicontrol" to creat a button on the plot to close the plot within matlab
after the operator is done with it.
Thanks to all for your help on this.
Al Garvin

-----Original Message-----
From: Ivan Edwards [mailto:ie@irisys.co.uk]
Sent: Wednesday, February 05, 2003 7:40 AM
To: VEE vrf
Subject: [vrf] FW: Re: FW: Re: problem with VEE/matlab plotting.


Hmmmmmmmm, I am using both win 98 and 2000 on half a dozen different
machines with Vee6.01 and I have to select the tool bar icon to get the
Matlab plot back on top.  I have position commands in there already and I
have tried the visible 'on' command also but I still have to select the
Matlab icon to get it's new plots back on top after I have 'touched' objects
in the Vee display area.

-----Original Message-----
From: bill.ossmann@philips.com [mailto:bill.ossmann@philips.com]
Sent: 05 February 2003 03:16 pm
To: VEE vrf
Subject: [vrf] Re: FW: Re: problem with VEE/matlab plotting.


That's right. clicking on the exposed VEE workspace sends the figure to the
back, but does not minimize it. The next one pops up in front again whether
or not I close the first. I'm running NT 4.0 SP6, Vee 6.01.

--
Bill Ossmann
Philips Ultrasound
e-mail:  bill.ossmann@philips.com





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               "Ivan Edwards"                      Classification:
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               02/05/2003 04:20 AM
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If you click the mouse on any part of the exposed Vee workspace on the
screen the Matlab plot minimises.  Are you saying on your machine it
doesn't?

-----Original Message-----
From: bill.ossmann@philips.com [mailto:bill.ossmann@philips.com]
Sent: 04 February 2003 10:33 pm
To: VEE vrf
Subject: [vrf] Re: problem with VEE/matlab plotting.


Al,

I can't replicate your result. When I try it the second plot pops up in the
same place as the first. You might try preceding the plot command with a
figure command that sets a property or two such as 'Position' or 'Visible'.
See the Matlab Script help for
the figure command. The general form is
figure('Position',[left,bottom,width,height],'Visible','on')

--
Bill Ossmann
Philips Ultrasound
e-mail:  bill.ossmann@philips.com





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                                                   Subject:    [vrf] problem
with VEE/matlab plotting.

               "Garvin, Al"                        Classification:
               <al.garvin@lmco.com>

               02/04/2003 04:57 PM
               Please respond to
               "Garvin, Al"






I have a Vee program (ver 6.01) that uses a matlab script to plot data. The
matlab script is inside of a loop that runs twice. On the first pass through
the loop, matlab generates a plot in the middle of my screen. I have a
message box outside the matlab script which keeps the plot on the screen for
inspection. After I click OK on the message box, I use another matlab script
which closes the matlab figure window. On the second pass through the script
the matlab generated figure appeas down in the task bar at the bottom of the
screen. I can click on  it and it appears on the screen with the new data.

I want the plot to appear on the screen, like it did on the first pass,  and
not down in the task bar. Does anyone have any ideas on how to make it
appear on screen on the second pass?

I have tried both closing the matlab figure widow and not closing it and it
does the same thing both ways.
Thanks,
Al Garvin
Lockheed Martin Co.
Sunnyvale, Cal.
al.garvin@lmco.com


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