|Mouse zoom not working in X11 on Mac OSX 10.7.3 (Lion) with gnuplot 4.4.4 or 4.6.0||Ben||4/12/12 9:22 PM|
I'm hoping somebody can help me figure out why the mouse zoom feature
doesn't seem to be working in the X11 terminal on my Mac with OSX
10.7.3 and gnuplot 4.4.4 or 4.6.0 (I've tried both). I compiled
gnuplot from source and everything else seems to be working fine. The
output of "configure" shows that it was set up to compile with mouse
gnuplot will be compiled with the following features:
Mouse support in interactive terminals: yes
When the X11 window displays with the plot, the coordinates are shown
in the lower left corner of the window, but they never update when I
move the cursor around the window. The crosshair cursor moves around
the plot as I move the mouse but mouse clicks of any kind don't seem
to do anything.
I'm using XQuartz 2.7.2_beta4 for the X server.
This is the first time I have really tried to use gnuplot on a Mac so
I'm not sure if there is something I may be doing wrong or what might
be preventing this from working.
|Re: Mouse zoom not working in X11 on Mac OSX 10.7.3 (Lion) with gnuplot 4.4.4 or 4.6.0||digikata||5/8/12 10:05 AM|
I'm having a similar problem on OS X with XQuartz 2.7.2_rc1. From a
stackoverflow discussion, sending "pause mouse keypress" seems to make
the cursor coordinates update, but none of the mouse clicks ever get
That a hint of an issue with recognizing mouse inputs between XQuartz
and gnuplot. I'll have to find some time to go back to older versions
of XQuartz to see if that resolves the issue.
|Re: Mouse zoom not working in X11 on Mac OSX 10.7.3 (Lion) with gnuplot 4.4.4 or 4.6.0||carlova...@gmail.com||10/17/12 9:31 AM|
Did you solved the problem?? For me it's the same, i'd like to rotate and zoom graphics made with gnuplot, but i can' t do it!