How to use print in a parfor

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meghannmarie
meghannmarie on 23 Aug 2021
Commented: Walter Roberson on 19 Jan 2023 at 22:16
Whenever I am using print inside a parfor, I get some all black images. How do I fix this?
Here is a snippet of code and I attached the variables figs and output_files (I had to make them way smaller to upload).
Thanks!!
load('variables.mat')
% output resolution and format
outputDPI = '-r900';
outputFmt = '-dpng';
parfor f = 1:numel(figs)
figure1 = figs{f};
output_file = output_files{f};
if ~isempty(figure1)
opengl software
set(groot, 'DefaultFigureRenderer', 'painters');
print(figure1, output_file, outputFmt, outputDPI);
close(figure1);
end %if ~isempty(figure1)
end %for f = 1:numel(figs)
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Walter Roberson
Walter Roberson on 19 Jan 2023 at 22:16
WIth your actual data file, please execute
cellfun(@(C) isprop(C,'isUIFigure'), figs)
and see if some of them show up as 1 . Any entries that show up as 1 correspond to uifigures -- uifigure have that property but traditional figure do not have that property.

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