I'm trying to produce a bar chart with bars filled with a hatch pattern. I
tried to do this using the pattern module, as shown in the attached code
snippet (as a simple test, I borrowed the "PyX" logo pattern from the
gallery on the PyX website as my pattern).
The result I get (with PyX 0.9) is a bizarre grid pattern. I was
wondering, have I done something wrong, or is this a PyX bug?
> The result I get (with PyX 0.9) is a bizarre grid pattern. I was
> wondering, have I done something wrong, or is this a PyX bug?
for me it works as expected (see attached eps result).
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From: Dominic Ford <dcf21@mr...> - 2007-01-24 12:09:13
On Wed, 24 Jan 2007, Michael Schindler wrote:
> When you switch on anti-aliasing in gv (or whatever you use), does it
> come out as expected?
Yes! It works fine if I turn off anti-aliasing in gv, so the bug appears
to be with gv. Thank you for spotting that!
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