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== Basics ==
* '''Octave version:''' Execute 'ver' in Octave and copy it the first 5 lines verbatim. If you are on Windows please mention which build (MinGW, Cygwin, MXE, Visual Studio see and where did you get got it(download from, or have you build it yourself?).
* '''Operating system:'''
** Windows: Is it XP 32bit or 64bit? Windows 7 or 8?
** GNU/Linux: Have you installed Octave using your package system (apt-get, yum..) or via compiled from source tarball?
* If you get a warning on startup, for example "warning: function xyz.m shadows a built-in function" please copy it verbatim
Please create a simple, as small as possible example which shows the problem so others can reproduce the problem
on their system and help you. Upload a screenshot (together with the script) if you can't describe it with words.
* Sometimes the figure on the screen visually differs from the file generated with "print". If this is the case please mention this and consider adding a screenshot of the figure window together with the generated print.
* Which toolkit are you using? Execute 'graphics_toolkit' in octave to query it. Common toolkits are 'fltk' or 'gnuplot'. Consider switching to another available toolkit (see available_graphics_toolkits) and try it there. You have to execute (for example switch to gnuplot) 'graphics_toolkit gnuplot' before any plotting command.


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