From: David Barton <david.barton.99@br...>  20040519 15:58:54

Hello, Firstly, THANKS FOR PYX! I've been using GLE until now and PYX is so much nicer. I seem to have encountered a slight bug (or it might just be me ;). When I make a graph and write it out to a file, specifying a different bounding box, the fonts in the output are rather strange (looks like tex's typerwriter font) UNLESS I call finish first. e.g. the following code produces the wrong output unless I uncomment the finish line. It also works correctly if, instead of calling finish, I call writeEPSfile twice. "" from pyx import * from pyx import bbox g = graph.graphxy(width=15, x=graph.axis.lin(min=0,max=1), y=graph.axis.lin(min=0,max=2), ) #g.finish() g.writeEPSfile("output",bbox=bbox.bbox(1,1,17,11)) "" Any thoughts anyone? Or is this just the result of a strange configuration on my computer? Regards Dave  =========================================== David Barton Bristol Centre for Applied Nonlinear Maths Department of Engineering Mathematics University of Bristol, UK Tel: 0117 3317067 Mob: 07811 744609 Email: david.barton.99@... =========================================== 