Wrong text baseline with usetex. #2015

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mdboom commented May 15, 2013

With current master, examples/pylab_examples/usetex_baseline_test.py produces the following image. And the baseline is wrong when usetex is used.


It used to work fine and it still does in v1.2.x.


Any clue what changed this?


mdboom commented May 15, 2013

Probably #1810, which changed how baselines are handled. I'll look into it.

@ghost ghost assigned mdboom May 15, 2013

Fix #2015: After the baseline refactoring in #1810, baseline handling…
… was broken for text.usetex = True. This brings it inline with everything else (where the assumption is that y == 0 is the baseline and not the bottom).

mdboom commented May 15, 2013

@leejjoon: I think this should do it.

[Background: #1810 changed things so the backends were passed the location of the baseline, rather than the bottom, of the text for draw_text. This is much more natural for most backends (other than Agg) and simplified a number of things. This just brings the draw_tex methods inline with that.]


leejjoon commented May 16, 2013

Thanks! This fixes the problem.

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