> > - Could the "Export to image" ask for the image size? E.g. 800x600 etc.
> I think it just dumps the current bitmap, so won't it always be the same
> size as the current plot window?
That's what I wonder.
If it is a bitmap, I propose an option for cropping the image (to remove
possible white edges when pasted into a document).
> > - If antialias is off, then rotation by mouse of "set pm3d; splot x*x" has
> > the same speed as x11 terminal. If antialias is on, then it rotates much
> > slower.
> Now this is an excellent point.
> I bet that the interactive performance can be improved by disabling
> antialiasing while the mouse button is held down. As you rotate, the
> refresh will be fast. When you release the mouse button, it can return
> to the antialiasing mode if that was previously enabled.
That would be perfect.
> > - The first two zoom icons should rather have arrows (<-) and (->)
> > instead of (-) and (+).
> Hmm. I'm more used to seeing + and - these days. Whatever. It's configurable.
> I would have thought arrows represent a history "previous", "next"
> rather than zoom level. If it's a zoom level +,- makes more sense.
These icons mean previous and next item of the history, so arrows would be