How to make figure window change size

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Oladunjoye Awoga
Oladunjoye Awoga el 11 de En. de 2017
Comentada: Savannah Downing el 15 de Feb. de 2022
The figure window stopped responding to commands. The figure window size does not change when I try to resize it using set(gcf, [ four values]) which I have been using for sometime now. I have entered all the usual commands I normally use (from the command window) but it has no effects. It seems the window size is fixed so I need to make flexible. This started a day ago. How can I make it work again?
I use R2016a.
Thanks in advance.

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Jordan Ross
Jordan Ross el 13 de En. de 2017
Editada: MathWorks Support Team el 17 de Mzo. de 2021
Hello,
As I understand, you are trying to resize your window using the following command:
>> set(gcf, [ four values])
However, you forgot to specify the name of the ‘Position’ property. For example, here’s how to set the figure to be 500 pixels by 400 pixels:
>> set(gcf, 'Position', [100, 100, 500, 400])
You can also save a handle to your figure and set the Position property using dot notation:
f = figure;
f.Position = [100 100 550 400];
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Grzegorz Lippe
Grzegorz Lippe el 30 de Oct. de 2020
'Position' refers to the inner part of the figure. How can I adress the whole Window size?
scr_siz = get(0,'ScreenSize') ;
figure(floor([scr_siz(3)/2 scr_siz(4)/2 scr_siz(3)/2 scr_siz(4)/2])) ;
The example above creates a figure in the upper right corner, but the menu and control elements are out of the screen boundaries.
Savannah Downing
Savannah Downing el 15 de Feb. de 2022
@Grzegorz Lippe did you ever figure this out? i am having the same issue and can't find info on how to address the whole window size

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