From: Peggy Li <peggyhyli@go...> - 2010-06-27 11:55:35
I wonder if you could help - I am still searching solution for the problem!
I tried just pressing "g" with my MacBook, but it does not work.
I will wait for mac power user(s) then! Hope one (they) will come out soon
2010/4/29 Tatsuro MATSUOKA <tmacchant3@...>
> I'm not a mac user. The gnuplot 4.4.0 on windows, pressing "g" (but not
> Alt key) on the plot
> window makes the plot gridded and moving mouse cursor makes current
> coordinate changeable, and the
> double clicking left button makes the current coordinates to be copied
> the clipboard.
> The gnuplot-4.4.0 on cygwin, the above operations work in similar way.
> The problem seems to be mac specific (only my speculation.)
> Please wait until the mac power user will reply to your post.
> --- Peggy Li wrote:
> > Hi
> > With Gnuplot 4.0, when I typed:
> > $gnuplot
> > gnuplot > plot sin(x)
> > If I hit the "alt" key + g, then I will get the gridlines in the plot
> > the terminal) and a moveable cursor on the plot (in the terminal). If I
> > around the cursor to a certain position, I can read the x- and y-
> > coordinates precisely.
> > But now with Gnuplot-4.4.0, when I did same, the gridlines did not come
> > and the movable cursor also did not come out. My lap top is MacBook
> > I tried to search the websites and the instruction manual, but still
> > not find an answer. I would be greatly appreciated if could give me
> > advice.
> > Thank you.
> > Peggy Li