Re: 4.2.1 and Fonts
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- Subject: [mg40277] Re: [mg40250] 4.2.1 and Fonts
- From: Murray Eisenberg <murraye at attbi.com>
- Date: Sat, 29 Mar 2003 05:19:26 -0500 (EST)
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I had no problem running that command in Mathematica 184.108.40.206 under
Windows XP. You didn't say what platform you were using.)
The tick mark labvels were the larger size as requested without
overlapping one another, both at the default image size and even when I
reduced the image size considerably. Eventually, of course, if you
sufficiently shrink the image size, then the tick mark labels will
overlap -- no matter what the setting for FontSize.
By any chance were you recreating a Plot output in a notebook where the
image size had already been reduced, either manually or by a non-default
value of ImageSize?
Gerry Flanagan wrote:
> I recently got a copy of Mathematica 220.127.116.11. I've been noticing several font
> issues since loading.
> A command like
> Causes the horizontal axis to be covered over by the tick labels (the
> default TextStyle settings seem to work).
> Also, all previous plots that I've stored on my machine in wmf form now
> have font problems (the classic parenthesis turn into giant H's).
> Running same examples in 4.2.0 on same machine causes same problems,
> indicating font install issue.
> Running same cases on another machine that has never seen 4.2.1 works as
> Anyone seen similar problems? Suggestions? I'll probably uninstall
> everything, and start over with 4.2.0.
> Gerry Flanagan
Murray Eisenberg murray at math.umass.edu
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