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  • Posted a comment on discussion General Discussion on SciDAVis

    SciDaVis 1.18 has just been released, and Windows/MacOSX build loaded onto the SourceForge FRS. This release was prompted by the 1.17 failing to build on Fedora distributions, but also includes some other miscellaneous bug fixes. Cheers Dr Russell Standish Phone 0425 253119 (mobile) Principal, High Performance Coders Visiting Senior Research Fellow hpcoder@hpcoders.com.au Economics, Kingston University http://www.hpcoders.com.au

  • Posted a comment on ticket #266 on SciDAVis

    It's no so much as a gap, but rather that the lines do not abut. This is true in both the screen version and the exported version. Ideally, one would be able to move the axis backbones by 1 pixel towards the interior, but qwt_plot doesn't povide any option for doing so. It seems to me that the only way around this is to draw a 1x1 pixel in each of the four corners.

  • Modified ticket #276 on SciDAVis

    Curve fit error estimates in SciDAVis D9

  • Modified ticket #266 on SciDAVis

    Canvas Frame not working

  • Modified ticket #303 on SciDAVis

    No background frame in the pdf export file

  • Modified ticket #299 on SciDAVis

    Add a readme file to the FRS re linux downloads from OBS

  • Modified ticket #301 on SciDAVis

    Translations working partially only

  • Modified ticket #304 on SciDAVis

    Wrong qwt, qwtplot3d compiler and linker flags

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