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Info on FullOptions and Graphics

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  • Subject: [mg1646] Info on FullOptions and Graphics
  • From: lcharbon at (Larry Charbonneau)
  • Date: Sat, 8 Jul 1995 04:35:32 -0400
  • Organization: University of Nebraska--Lincoln

Hi.  I am currently having problems with Mathematica.  I have been trying to
have Mathematica read the yrange on a graphics output to be used on a     
PlotRange for another graphic.  The problem is that I am using the Arrow
package and the graphics all are generated with Show.  Then when I use 
FullOptions I get the same PlotRange no matter what.  I would appreciate any
help any one can give.  I have included a sample of the code below to show
the problem.  Thanks!

eplot= Table[Graphics[Arrow[{0,0}, {5,6}], 
		PlotRange -> {{0,6}, All}, 
		Axes -> True], {i,0,0}];
FullOptions[eplot, PlotRange]
FullOptions[g, PlotRange]
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