1 | initial version |

Hello, @stockh0lm. I am glad that you could use my last answer.

Let me give you a couple of solutions to your problems. I'll start with the easiest: As far as I'm aware, the `frame`

and `axes`

options are set globally. So when creating plot `r`

, you are automatically overwriting this options with the defaults, namely `frame=False`

and `axes=True`

. One way to solve this is just adding your preferences to the command that defines `r`

:

```
r = region_plot(region_to_exclude, (x,-1,1), (z,-1,1),
plot_points=300, incol="gray", bordercol="black", borderwidth=1, frame=True, axes=False)
```

That will solve your problem. However, a more elegant way to do this would be use the same options you have put in `show`

, but in `save`

, i.e., the `save`

command accepts the same options as the `show`

command. In your case, you can use

```
bild.save('potentialfeld.pdf', axes=False, frame=True)
```

That way you can save time by not defining this options for `c`

and `r`

repeatedly. (By the way, you don't need the line `show(c + r,)`

.) The result should be as follows (I didn't have the definition of your `pic`

, so I used another function, but the idea is there):

(The code is located in this Sage Cell)

Now, let's try to solve the $x$ axis label problem. This is a little more complicated (I think). In this case, since you are not plotting axes, the $x$ label should go automatically to the bottom, so it will not interfere any more.

However, in case you do have a similar problem with another plot, I can suggest two alternatives. First, you could reposition the colorbar. If you want to do this, just add the line

```
opt['colorbar_options']['orientation'] = 'horizontal'
```

just after the line `opt['colorbar_options']['label'] = 'Potential in $V$'`

(or just before, in any case). This will put the colorbar bellow your plot, so it will not interfere with axis labels.

A less elegant solution, but useful in some occations is to add line-breaks to the axis labels. Instead of putting `axes_labels=['$x$ in [m]','$z$ in [m]']`

as an option for plot `p`

, you could use `axes_labels=['$x$\nin\n[m]','$z$ in [m]']`

. The `\n`

defines a line-break in that precise place.

2 | No.2 Revision |

Hello, @stockh0lm. I am glad that you could use my last answer.

Let me give you a couple of solutions to your problems. I'll start with the easiest: As far as I'm aware, the `frame`

and `axes`

options are set globally. So when creating plot `r`

, you are automatically overwriting ~~this ~~these options with the defaults, namely `frame=False`

and `axes=True`

. One way to solve this is just adding your preferences to the command that defines `r`

:

```
r = region_plot(region_to_exclude, (x,-1,1), (z,-1,1),
plot_points=300, incol="gray", bordercol="black", borderwidth=1, frame=True, axes=False)
```

That will solve your problem. However, a more elegant way to do this would be to use the same options you have put in `show`

, but in `save`

, i.e., the `save`

command accepts the same options as the `show`

command. In your case, you can use

```
bild.save('potentialfeld.pdf', axes=False, frame=True)
```

That way you can save time by not defining ~~this ~~these options for `c`

and `r`

repeatedly. (By the way, you don't need the line `show(c + r,)`

.) The result should be as follows (I didn't have the definition of your `pic`

, so I used another function, but the idea is there):

(The code is located in this Sage Cell)

Now, let's try to solve the $x$ axis label problem. This is a little more complicated (I think). In this case, since you are not plotting axes, the $x$ label should go automatically to the bottom, so it will not interfere ~~any more.~~anymore.

However, in case you do have a similar problem with another plot, I can suggest two alternatives. First, you could reposition the colorbar. If you want to do this, just add the line

```
opt['colorbar_options']['orientation'] = 'horizontal'
```

just after the line `opt['colorbar_options']['label'] = 'Potential in $V$'`

(or just before, in any case). This will put the colorbar bellow your plot, so it will not interfere with axis labels.

A less elegant solution, but useful in some occations is to add line-breaks to the axis labels. Instead of putting `axes_labels=['$x$ in [m]','$z$ in [m]']`

as an option for plot `p`

, you could use `axes_labels=['$x$\nin\n[m]','$z$ in [m]']`

. The `\n`

defines a line-break in that precise place.

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