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Re: Would someone confirm they also see this problem?

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  • Subject: [mg73274] Re: Would someone confirm they also see this problem?
  • From: Pierre Albarede < at>
  • Date: Fri, 9 Feb 2007 02:24:41 -0500 (EST)
  • References: <eqeo7t$504$>

In article <eqeo7t$504$1 at>, dontdont at wrote:

> 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

I do not see this problem with Mathematica 5.2 on Mac OS X.
Try different browsers like Firefox, Explorer...

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