JMOOUSEEMU emulates the mouse cursor positioning and clicking. It supports either single- or multiple-command modes.
INPUTEMU utility (linked below) supersedes this function (without HG handle support). If your program does not use the HG handle (i.e., H=0), consider using INPUTEMU instead.
The function utilizes the java.Robot class to control mouse.
GLINKAXES is a wrapper function for the built-in LINKAXES function. Prior to calling LINKAXES function, GLINKAXES accepts user mouse clicks to select axes to synchronize.
There are 4 possible ways to call this function:
This function is an enhanced version of the standard INPUTDLG function with many additional features:
- 5 control types: text, edit, check, list, and range
- Text Type is a static text (e.g., to place an instruction)
RELFILE(FILE,PATH) converts full filename FILE to a relative filename with respect to PATH.
REL2FULLFILE(RELFILE,PATH) converts relative filename RELFILE to full filename using PATH as the base path.
MSOCOLOR retrieves Microsoft Office Theme color schemes.
MSOCOLOR is intended simplify the creation of MATLAB figures that are color-matched to MS Office documents.
MSOCOLOR is only compatible with MS Office 2007 or later (to the...
INPUTEMU emulates user inputs via keyboard and mouse.
For example, executing the following line in the Matlab command window
'right_down',;'right_up' }') % <=...
A set of functions to generate publisher-happy EPS images
EPS Utility Toolbox consists of several functions to generate EPS files that best conforms with the standard: http://partners.adobe.com/public/developer/ps
Contains two functions: UIGETIMFILE and UIPUTIMFILE
As their name suggests, they wraps the standard UIGETFILE and UIPUTFILE functions; the FILTERSPEC parameter in the standard functions is automatically set to browse only MATLAB...
H = BUSYBAR('message', property, value, property, value, ...) creates and displays a dialog box displaying 'message'. The handle to the waitbar figure is returned in H. Optional arguments property and value allow to set corresponding waitbar...
The one of the drawbacks of the MATLAB (built-in) sound function is its incapability of smooth playback of multiple soundbites. When multiple soundbites are played back-to-back, there are unavoidable pauses between them. AFAIK, the Mathwork's only...