Re: Help with FrameLabel
- To: mathgroup at yoda.physics.unc.edu
- Subject: Re: Help with FrameLabel
- From: "Dr. Todd Gayley" <TGAYLEY at ccit.arizona.edu>
- Date: Fri, 17 Apr 1992 01:06 MST
>> From: IN%"cabruen at athena.mit.edu"
>> To: IN%"mathgroup at yoda.physics.unc.edu"
>> Subj: Help with FrameLabel
>> I am trying to put labels on a 2D Mathematica using the label
>> command. Label1 which is the x-axis comes out find, but the
>> y-axis prints the characters going up like this.
>> Does anybody know how I can rotate the characters counter-
>> clockwise 90 degrees.
Are you using a Macintosh? The PostScript interpreter in the
Mac version is limited. One of the things it cannot do is display
rotated text. However, this limitation only affects the on-screen
appearance -- it should print out as you want it on a
I'm not sure if any other machines have this same problem. I
know that the Windows version can display rotated text on
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