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Remove access to 'savefig.dpi', use figure.dpi #9868

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ipykernel now uses figure.dpi to control the dpi of the
image to be created. This means that dpi property of the
figure object is a reliable source of truth for the users
preferences.

Depends on ipython/ipykernel/pull/176

`ipykernel` now uses `figure.dpi` to control the dpi of the
image to be created. This means that `dpi` property of the
figure object is a reliable source of truth for the users
preferences.
@minrk minrk added this to the 5.2 milestone Aug 15, 2016
@minrk minrk merged commit 6e2950e into ipython:master Sep 8, 2016
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`ipykernel` now uses `figure.dpi` to control the dpi of the
image to be created. This means that `dpi` property of the
figure object is a reliable source of truth for the users
preferences.

Depends on ipython/ipykernel/pull/176
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