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font_manager._rebuild is gone on master. What's the go-to advice for users that are installing many new fonts after installing matplotlib? Should I tell them to clear
mpl.get_cachedir() directly each time?
The only way to do it from inside
mpl itself now seems to be something like
font_manager.fontManager = font_manager._load_fontmanager(try_read_cache=False)?
I have an issue with matplotlib v3.3 and interactive plots. Everything works fine for matplotlib<3.3, when updating there is no interactivity. The ipywidget buttons work, but nothing happens:
I read through the v3.3 release notes, but I couldn't find anything in particular ...
interpolation="antialiased"and fixing that :)))
%matplotlib ipymplthe same thing? I really thought they were but https://github.com/matplotlib/matplotlib/issues/18741#issuecomment-709455563 has be confused
well if somebody who is on the mailing list just wants to do a zero-effort user help, feel free to copy/paste respond to most recent message with:
You should be able to manually increase the maximum number of "ticks" that you find acceptable by using
matplotlib.ticker.LogLocator(numticks=N), like so:
import matplotlib.pyplot as plt import numpy as np import matplotlib.ticker t = np.logspace(0, 4, 10) fig = plt.figure() ax = fig.add_subplot() ax.loglog(t, t**3) enough_ticks = matplotlib.ticker.LogLocator(numticks=15) ax.get_yaxis().set_major_locator(enough_ticks)