[Eeglablist] plots in the wrong windows

Toby Fernsler toby at sccn.ucsd.edu
Wed Nov 9 18:09:09 PST 2005

This is a problem with Matlab 7.*, that I have only seen under Linux.

A workaround is to move the window where plots are erroneously appearing 
so that it will not overlap with the intended window, i.e. move the 
offending window to the side of your screen. Clicking on or even keeping 
the mouse over the target window will return the plotting there.

Toby Fernsler

Hamish Innes-Brown wrote:

> This problem may be due to my MatLab skills being a little lacking -  
> when I plot either channel or component maps in 2-d, the first plot  
> goes in the new plot window, then all the others seem to try and draw  
> in the EEGLab window behind the text displayed in that window.
> I've tried this on a few different PC's and always seem to end up  
> with the same result - has this happened to anyone else, or is there  
> a way to fix it?
> many thanks!
> I'm using EEGLab v4.515, MatLab 7R14 on WinXP (2x3.2Xeons, 2GB ram)
> Hamish Innes-Brown
> Mental Health Research Institute
> National Neuroscience Facility
> Level 2, 161 Barry St
> Carlton South VIC 3053
> Australia
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