I just discovered that Juno has changed:
- there is no longer a separate Plot window/frame; instead the plot window appears just as any other tabbed file
–> every time I issue a plot command in my .jl file, Juno switches to view the tabbed plot window
–> I then have to go back to the .jl file tab and continue to add labels and what not, and Juno jumps back to the tabbed plot window
–> in the past, the plot was shown in a separate windows, and there was not this constant jumping back and forth between tabbed windows
Anyway, I thought I had done something wrong, and decided to update Juno (there were 3 updates queued up…). After the update process, Julia had disappeared from Juno… effectively reducing Juno to Atom. This happens every time I update Juno…
So I uninstalled Atom, and deleted every Atom directory I could find + re-installed Atom and added the uber-juno package, etc.
No help – the plot window still appears as a tabbed plot window – which makes Juno unusable – I cannot work in an environment where every time I issue a plot command, Juno changes the active window and forces me to manually click on the file tabe to get back to the file window and run more commands…
Another issue… it appears that Juno does not any longer support PyPlot, only GR??? At least, if I use PyPlot
pyplot(), nothing is shown in the tabbed plot window, and I get an error message in the Juno console saying something like PyPlot is not supported.
Note, I don’t have anything against GR, but GR is incomplete (there are some things GR doesn’t support), and for my particular use, the result of GR plot is incomplete/wrong:
- no labels on the upper, 3D plot
- the scaling of the upper plot is wrong
Anyway: have I messed up my set-up?