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How to have smithPlot with outer area with white colour?

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Hi
I was using this code for years giving me perfectly fine smith plots with white colour )inner, outer and background).
figure
sm = smithplot(gca);
hold on
% Set the background color of the outer area to white
ax = gca;
set(gcf, 'Color', 'white');
% Rest of your code
sm.ArcTickLabelVisible = 0;
sm.CircleTickLabelVisible = 0;
sm.Marker = {'+'};
sm.GridBackgroundColor = 'w';
sm.TitleTopFontSizeMultiplier = 1.75;
sm.GridLineWidth = 1;
I recently upgraded to MATLAB R2024a, and same code gives me smith plot with grau outer area, although I command for a white one.
Any recommnedation on this ?
Thanks

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Jonas
Jonas on 21 Feb 2024
Edited: Jonas on 21 Feb 2024
weird function. i never used it before. but setting the Figure color before plotting with the smithplot seems to use the background color of the figure. when using smithplot before setting the color, the background cannot be adjusted anymore
fig = figure;
fig.Color = 'r'; % Change 'r' to your desired color
% Create a Smith chart
s = smithplot(rand(1,10));
fig = figure;
% Create a Smith chart
s = smithplot(rand(1,10));
fig.Color = 'r'; % Change 'r' to your desired color
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Araz Garaz
Araz Garaz on 21 Feb 2024
haha, yes it may sound a bit weird figure if you are not fimiliar with, it is an RF function, thanks for your answer!
Jonas
Jonas on 22 Feb 2024
maybe a nice way to draw mandalas :D
happy to help!

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