pgplot y-axis key

From: <rgibson_at_email.domain.hidden>
Date: Fri, 06 Jul 2007 14:46:23 -0400
I have a nice, complicated plot generated with ISIS 1.3.0 (yes, it's an old
version).  The plot uses multiplot([1,1,...,1]), and there are two panes (or
whatever you call them) in the x direction.  I.e., it was opened with
open_plot("...", 2, 1);

The only problem is that the key that pgplot uses for the y-axis is
unacceptable.  This is not the ylabel("") label, but the numbers that pgplot
uses on the axis.  They are bunched together and unreadable.

I know this is an uncontrollable pgplot feature, but I thought maybe I could get
around it by using _pgrect() to blank out the axis key and write my own values
over it with xylabel().

Unfortunately, _pgrect() refuses to draw outside the plot box, even though there
is text out there in the pane.

Is there a good way to get around this?  It would be nice to have a general
solution, as this one feature prevents me from using ISIS plots, generally.

Thanks,
Rob

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