[Eeglablist] Display problems topoplot (LIMO)

Maren Stropahl maren.stropahl at uni-oldenburg.de
Mon Apr 28 02:34:29 PDT 2014

Dear Cyril,

thanks a lot for your suggestions. The second solution (opengl software) 
worked very well for me!


Am 25.04.2014 08:44, schrieb Dr Cyril Pernet:
> Hi Maren, and all users having font inversion
> > I have some display problems with the topoplot function. As soon as I
> > use this function for plotting either alone or in a subplot, especially
> > for interactive plots, the fonts (axes/legends) are messy. The numbers
> > or letters appear several times and make the plot unreadable. I am also
> > using the LIMO toolbox and also here the interactive plots (view results
> > -> image all) cannot be used anymore. As soon as I save the image as
> > .eps or .png the figure looks ok. So it might be just a Matlab problem.
> the problem comes from an incompatibility between the Matlab OpenGL 
> renderer and some graphics cards - most of them works just fine but 
> for a few the render is wrong.
> anyway here is a solution that seems to work (sometimes), once you 
> have a figure type set(gcf,'InvertHardCopy','off'); - this property 
> should only affect the printed output, but somehow it fixes the font 
> inversion issue
> another option that seems to work is to 'disable' the open GL from 
> your video card typiing into matlab opengl software - that forces 
> matlab to use the sotfware version
> let me know which solution works for you (hard to reproduce as none of 
> my machines have this problem) - we may as well set those options into 
> EEGLAB - LIMO if that work ok ...
> cyril
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