I've just tried the latest version (87.2) and still have the same problem. =
install worked just fine (attached). The problem:
Text alignment with text() works, as I can test with
text(3, -4, r'l', fontsize=3D20, horizontalalignment=3D'left')
text(3, -4, r'c', fontsize=3D20, horizontalalignment=3D'center')
text(3, -4, r'r', fontsize=3D20, horizontalalignment=3D'right')
However the xlabel/ylabel commands position the labels at the lower left=20
corner, which looks just ugly. Also the title is positioned at the upper le=
Any further hint?
I use Fedora Core 3
Am Freitag, 17. M=E4rz 2006 11:34 schrieb Steve Schmerler:
> Willi Richert wrote:
> > Am Montag, 16. Januar 2006 17:14 schrieb Steve Schmerler:
> >>With MPL 0.86 and 0.86.1 I found that the axes labels aren't centered
> >>(i.e. the xlabel is on the left side of the x-axis, the ylabel on the
> >>"bottom" of the y-axis). What's up?
> > I have exactly the same problem. I've posted it some months ago on this
> > list and the solution (delete ttfonts file) did not work for me. Is the=
> > some news regarding this error?
> No. I posted several times about this issue but unfortunately nobody
> seems to have this problem and/or a solution. If you're also running
> Debian sagre stable then I guess one of the (many) libs that mpl is
> using is too old/buggy in stable.
> On the other hand, my "workarround" (installing 0.82 debs first) shows
> that newer versions probably read some lib files written from 0.82. I
> didn't have time to fiddle out the details. At least a hint from a
> developer would help a lot here.
> I must have missed this "solution" (delete ttfonts file). Do you have a
> link to the thread or do you remember the discussion subject?