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Re: Formatting GraphicsRow/column

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  • Subject: [mg109211] Re: Formatting GraphicsRow/column
  • From: Rui <rui.rojo at>
  • Date: Sat, 17 Apr 2010 06:04:12 -0400 (EDT)
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On Apr 14, 6:15 am, Simon <simonjty... at> wrote:
> Hi,
> I've also run into similar issues. I haven't found any good solution
> yet - despite looking at all the options for GraphicsRow and at its
> boxform.
> As for the wrapping of Row, you can try using Grid instead. Or putting
> the whole Row into a Pane...
> Simon
> On Apr 13, 11:00 am, Rui <rui.r... at> wrote:
> > I can't find a way to format my output graphics/stuff in columns and
> > rows without giving the same width/height to all items. For example, I
> > have a thin graphic and a fat one and I want them one next to the
> > other.
> > In the documentation on GraphicsRow and GraphicsColumn says that's the
> > "default" behaviour, but I can't find a way to override it.
> > Row/Column seem to work, but Row is wrapping the fat graphic to the
> > next line if I zoom in, and that's now what I want.
> > Thanks for your help

Thanks. I am using, like you said, one-line Grids and if necessary
setting options, after reading the long tutorial tutorial/
GridsRowsAndColumnsOverview where Wolfram seemed to say "stay away
from Row, it behaves different from the rest of his family" :P

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