For your next release, could you consider inserting a method in
AxisScale class which will let user change the offset easily. Something
along the lines of:
private double offset = 1.05;
public void setOffset(double newOffset)
offset = newOffset;
Just a note that at the same time, the title position will also need to be
relocated to the side of the box, rather than next to the actua axis.
On Thu, 13 Feb 2003, Bill Hibbard wrote:
> Hi Igor,
> > I am trying to position the axis so they intersect in the middle, rather
> > than having them on the sides. I tried using makeScale(....) from AxisScale,
> > but it didn't seem to have any effect. I suspect i may be passing
> > inappropriate parameters, so could someone suggest what the parameters
> > for the method should be, or even if there is another way of achieving
> > this goal.
> Currently the only way to do this is to draw your own
> axes as one of:
> 1. A UnionSet of GriddedSets (2D or 3D).
> 2. A VisADLineArray passed to the ShapeControl of a
> ScalarMap to Shape (and of course with appropriate
> RealTuple objects linkled to the Display).
> If ScalarMap allowed application to define and supply their
> own extensions of AxisScale, then you could draw your center
> axes by overriding the implementation of AxisScale.makeScale().
> Maybe we'll allow that in the future.
> Good luck,