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Old   December 27, 2011, 06:18
Question How to return initial scale in gnuplot whire running pyFoamPlotRunner..
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Hello.

I have a problem -
when I run any OF case threw pyFoam plot utility as
Code:
pyFoamPlotRunner.py <OFsolverName>
..appear gnuplot window and I can select by mouse click any area on it for increasing scale..

So how I can return to default scale? Is it possible at all?

Thank for some advice.
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Hello.

I have a problem -
when I run any OF case threw pyFoam plot utility as
Code:
pyFoamPlotRunner.py <OFsolverName>
..appear gnuplot window and I can select by mouse click any area on it for increasing scale..

So how I can return to default scale? Is it possible at all?

Thank for some advice.
I think 'h' should give you a list of the keystrokes that the X11-gnuplot-window accepts. It should be something like the list here http://www.cs.unc.edu/~jeffay/dirt/FAQ/gnuplot.html (so the key 'u' should do what you want to)
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