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Would someone confirm they also see this problem?

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  • Subject: [mg73233] Would someone confirm they also see this problem?
  • From: dontdont at gmail.com
  • Date: Thu, 8 Feb 2007 03:40:19 -0500 (EST)

Evaluate the following
   Plot[x^2, {x, -1, 3}, ImageSize -> 72*20];
Then
   File->SaveAsSpecial...->HTML
and inspect the resulting web page with a browser.

What I'm seeing at all screen resolutions that I have available,
and I suspect at all screen resolutions, is that while the
browser has the information about the dimensions of the
graphic the plot itself is truncated at roughly the extent of
the screen.  Thus the original notebook can scroll horizontally
to view the entire plot but the web browser cannot display this.

I'd really appreciate it if others could confirm that this problem
appears, or perhaps doesn't appear, with ImageSize large
enough that it extends well beyond the size of the screen,
no matter how large your screen resolution might be or what
you are running Mathematica on.

I'm seeing this with 5.2 under Windows XP for resolutions
from 600x800 up to 1280x1024, as long as the Image Size
is large enough.

If anyone can find any other clues about the source or the
extent of the problem that would be even more appreciated.

Thank you



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