Thanks Per, that was easy.
On Jan 16, 2009, at 12:30 PM, Per Persson wrote:
> yes, you're quite right... AquaTerm is beginning to show its age;-)
> The window is constrainded to some number of pixels which made sense
> around the turn of the century (probably 1024x768, since I was
> developing on a laptop).
> [time passes...]
> Actually, it's set to 1000 px width.
> If you don't mind compiling AquaTerm yourself, fixing your problem
> should be just a matter of getting the source,
> changing line 22 of AQTPlot.m
> #define WINDOW_MAX_WIDTH 1000.0
> to some sensible value like 1920 or 4096, i.e.
> #define WINDOW_MAX_WIDTH 1920.0
> and then selecting the AquaTerm target in XCode and pressing the
> build button.
> PS. I'm cc:ing the lists for reference.
> On 16 jan 2009, at 01.55, Matt Ball wrote:
>> Feedback report for AquaTerm 1.0.1
>> Hi, I've noticed some odd behavior of AQT when using it with
>> gnuplot on OS X 10.5. I haven't tried it with anything else.
>> Here's the issue: any plot that I use AQT to display, I can resize
>> to a pretty darn small minimum size, but if I try to scale it
>> really really large, say, to fill my entire 1920x1200 screen, it
>> stops short. Using the AQT testview, the largest I can make the
>> window is about half the width of my screen (maybe a tiny bit
>> wider). I know AQT is displaying vector graphics so there shouldn't
>> be a limit to the maximum displayed size. Help?