Re: paper size resources only for maximization and not for "real paper size"

From: Alexander Radebach <radebach_at_nyahnyahspammersnyahnyah>
Date: Fri Dec 18 2009 - 03:27:38 MST

Hi Mary,

actually the maximization works fine (I'm setting it explicitely to True; of
course the default would lead to the same result).
The problem is in the pdf output, which is always put onto a 11*8.5 inches
paper (Letter) - even if pyNgl maximizes to the wanted paper format (A4).
(That's why the plots are partially "leaving" the pdf paper.)
So: What I couldn't manage was to adapt the paper size in the pdf.

Potsdam-Institut for Climate Impact Research
Potsdam, Germany


Mary Haley writes:

> Hi Alex,
> I'll take a look at this. Are you are saying it works if nglMaximize is
> set to True (the default)?
> --Mary
> On Dec 17, 2009, at 3:16 AM, Alexander Radebach wrote:
>> Dear pyNgl community,
>> after some days of extensive search and reading there's still one last
>> problem on the output of my script (attached .py):
>> Even if I set nglPaperHeight and nglPaperWidth to values for an A4 sheet
>> of paper (11.69" * 8.26") only the maximization to that paper format
>> works correctly. The final output (pdf) is still on an Letter format
>> (11" * 8.5"). See attached pdf.
>> Do you have any suggestions to fix that? Or is it impossible to change
>> the "real paper format" (as is seems to be for number formats at
>> labels)?
>> Thank you in advance,
>> Alex
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