\psplot[algebraic]{-1.1}{1.1}{x^3} % 1
%\psplot[algebraic]{-1.1}{1.1}{x^3} % 2

With 1, it is no problem as the following

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With 2, it has a bit of a problem

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Can anyone explain about it?

  • Next time please always use the main tag pstricks followed by subtags, for example, pst-plot. Why do we need to do so? Because we usually register/subscribe to the main tag to get notified. :-) – Well Harassed Programmer May 11 at 12:16



Looks like a bug in \pscustom in conjunction with \psclip

  • But, your code was used in my code! :-) – user173875 May 11 at 9:49
  • no, the %%%% are missing! – user187802 May 11 at 10:04
  • @TrongVuong: %%%%% will remove the unwanted trailing white spaces. – Well Harassed Programmer May 11 at 10:37
  • Unbelievable! Oh, I see. – user173875 May 11 at 10:49

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