exporting to pdf from live script does not include control elements

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hello everyone,
i wanted to make use of the live script and the export function, to export the plots i made as well as the used values into a pdf. so far that is working, but sadly control elements like the slider for example arent shown then.
wordfile = export("LiveScript_FF_Sim_20230421_structs.mlx",...
compose(dir + string(printtime) + 'FF_SIM.pdf'), ...
i cant get my head around what i did wrong there. i do hide the code, cause its already some pages long without it.
something else i noticed, even tho i have "hidecode = true", i have to hide the code everytime in the live editor, let it run and scroll thru the plots, if i had it with code displayed, otherwise the plots are so tiny, as they are in the live editor, when there is just a bit of space left. i thought thats why i used hidecode in the first place.
is there a possibility to display the controle elements as well, with the variable names and assigned values ?


Cris LaPierre
Cris LaPierre 2023-6-8
Controls are part of the code, so when you export with "HideCode=true", they are not included. When you do include the code, the export process converts a control to a variable set to the current value. Thre is currently no way to have it display a control element instead.
As for visualizing the plot, you could try the 'Output Inline' option to see the full sized image. It is only when you use 'Output on Right' that the size of the figures is adjusted to match the wideth of the output pane.
When you use the options in the live editor to set the output location/hide code, the editor will remember this setting. See here: https://www.mathworks.com/help/matlab/matlab_prog/add-interactive-controls-to-a-live-script.html#mw_7639166f-8831-4f10-b030-a40a63cbed77
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Cris LaPierre
Cris LaPierre 2023-6-12
You should receive a response. I believe the target is 1 business day, but the confirmation email you received back should say.


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