I've drawn a listplot with tiny red dots representing my data. The data isn't all that brilliant, so i want to mark those pairs of data (points) which jump out in the plot.
So, i opened my plot and started using the Drawing tool. All went well while i was marking the points that were located near the center of the graph (i've marked them with green rectangles, "pasting" the rectangles on the points), but as soon as I closed the end of the graph margins, Mathematica scaled the axes of my graph and in that atempt to help me, spoiled my Aspect Ratio.
Is there a way to prevent this?