[Kst] Plot appearance stroke width

Barth Netterfield barth.netterfield at utoronto.ca
Mon Sep 30 14:45:40 UTC 2013

Line widths and font sizes are supposed to scale with the size of the window 
(not the plot) so that if displayed on a very high resolution monitor (or 
printer) they keep behaving correctly.

BUT: this should not be reflected in the .kst file.  It should be a device 
independent statement.  I will investigate further.


On September 30, 2013 1:48:47 PM David McMinn wrote:

> Hi,
> Is the stroke around the plot meant to auto-scale?
> I have a plot which I set the plot -> appearance -> Stroke -> Width to "2"
> and save the session. If I load the session in a text editor I can see the
> width has been saved as "3" so when it loads the next time it becomes
> larger.
> If I move the KST window back to my primary monitor and save it the width is
> changed to "2". However, all my work has so far been done on my secondary
> display so I would not expect it to scale anything. For example, the grid
> line widths do not change. I also have my axis labels set to not auto
> scale.
> Cheers.
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Barth Netterfield
University of Toronto

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