Scilab Home page | Wiki | Bug tracker | Forge | Mailing list archives | ATOMS | File exchange
Please login or create an account
Change language to: English - Português - Русский - 日本語

Please note that the recommended version of Scilab is 6.0.0. This page might be outdated.
See the recommended documentation of this function

Aide de Scilab >> Graphiques > handle > ged

ged

Scilab Graphic Editor

Calling Sequence

ged(action, fignum)

Arguments

action

Real: action to be executed on graphic window given by fignum:

  • 1: Select window fignum as current figure.

  • 2: Redraw window fignum.

  • 3: Clear window fignum.

  • 4: Ask the user to select a graphic entity to copy.

  • 5: Paste last graphic entity copied using action 4.

  • 6: Ask the user to select a graphic entity and then move it.

  • 7: Ask the user to select the graphic entity to delete.

  • 8: Start a GUI to edit window properties.

  • 9: Start a GUI to edit current axes properties.

  • 10: Start an entity picker to select a graphic object and edit it using Graphic Editor GUI.

  • 11: Stop the entity picker.

fignum

Real: Graphic window number, the figure to edit.

Description

ged starts Scilab Graphic Editor on figure number fignum and execute action given by action.

Examples

// Moving a curve
scf(0);
plot2d();
ged(6,0) // Then click on a curve and try moving it

Comments

Author : Samuel Gougeon posted the 24/03/2013 19:46
ged(1,#) est inutile : doublon de scf(#)
ged(2,#) est obsolete : la fonction xbasr() qui faisait la même chose a été retirée.
ged(3,#) est inutile : doublon de clf(#), plus puissante.
ged(6,#) est aussi utile que malheureusement limitée (plusieurs rapports sur bugzilla)
ged(
4: Ask the user to select a graphic entity to copy.
6: Ask the user to select a graphic entity and then move it.
7: Ask the user to select the graphic entity to delete.
10: Start an entity picker to select a graphic object and edit it using Graphic Editor GUI.
)
=> la possibilité de filtrer le type d'objet sélectionnable serait utile (3ème paramètre d'appel)
ged(
8: Start a GUI to edit window properties.
9: Start a GUI to edit current axes properties.
)
=> généraliser le ciblage à n'importe quel élément graphique dont le handle serait donné
en 2ème paramètre d'entrée

Reply to this comment
Please login to comment this page


Add a comment:
Please login to comment this page.

Report an issue
<< gce handle glue >>

Scilab Enterprises
Copyright (c) 2011-2017 (Scilab Enterprises)
Copyright (c) 1989-2012 (INRIA)
Copyright (c) 1989-2007 (ENPC)
with contributors
Last updated:
Thu Oct 02 13:54:34 CEST 2014