I’m trying to translate this website to english from time to time. This is, like everything else, time-consuming. If you miss some content, you can always switch to the german version on the bottom of the page. If there is a need for some articles to be translated faster, just contact me.
The WordPress theme “Neve” used in a demo on the Elementor landing page uses “WPForms” for the contact form. I wanted to put such a form on the start page, but with CF7 it didn’t work right away. The careless integration of CF7 on an Elementor page unfortunately doesn’t work directly, in contrast to the theme “Astra”, but it is possible.Continue reading “Contact Form 7 in Neve Theme with Elementor”
This webpage is currently built from scratch, some things will change in the next weeks and later. It will become some kind of personal blog and web site and a new startup. So this is basically just a live test system.
I’m testing the new word press concepts and twenty nineteen theme with some customization, the site will look different from time to time.
My workshop diary for the Aprilia RS 250 is now back online. Content is not translated yet but pictures speak for themselves. View the diary here
Finally, after years of programmatically putting togehter figures with multiple axis, I created a class based approach for creating figures with multiple y axis. This allows easier customization and usage for GUI programming. I have procrastinated this problem since 2009, basically since I’m using MATLAB.
This is an object orientated approach for creating plots with three or more y axis. myaxisc, short for “Multiple Y Axis Class”, is a class holding all the axes objects needed to display multiple Y axis. Second axis is placed on the right side, the additional axes are placed on the left side.Continue reading “myaxisc class for MATLAB”