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leeoniya commented Dec 14, 2019

it's becoming more time-consuming and error-prone to manually re-test all the demos following internal refactorings and API adjustments.

now that the API is fleshed out a bit, it's possible to test a large amount of code (non-granularly) without having to simulate all interactions via Puppeteer or similar.

a lot of code can already be regression-tested by simply running all the demos and val

VisualMelon commented Dec 28, 2020

It is currently a pain to use an OxyPlot.WinfowsForms.PlotView with a transparent background: it throws if you set its BackColor to transparent. To avoid this, it is necessary to set the ControlStyles.SupportsTransparentBackColor style to true on the PlotView; however, Control.SetStyle is protected, so consumers must resort to reflection or extending PlotView to do so. This could be

goatchurchprime commented Oct 30, 2018

I don't think this is a duplicate ticket, even though it's quite an obvious feature after that cat demo at SciPy2018.

The code that selects and renders the different geos is here in the THREE.js code

I don't know quite where/how to inject the mesh definition compatible with the data file of this form, but i

kangalioo commented Jul 21, 2020

What is the feature ?

I'm trying out this library for the first time and I'm seeing several places where some shorthand functions would have been really pleasant:

  1. Shorthand functions for Pos: Pos::top_right, Pos::bottom_right, Pos::bottom_center etc..
  2. Short way to set colors for components. My plots are supposed to be white-on-black, which requires a lot of boilerplate on lots o
ufechner7 commented May 30, 2021

According to the documentation you can do:

on(events(fig).keyboardbutton) do event
    if event.action in (, Keyboard.repeat)
        event.button == Keyboard.left   && move_left()
        event.button == Keyboard.up     && move_up()
        event.button == Keyboard.right  && move_right()
        event.button == Keyboard.down   && move_down()
    # Let the event 

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