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Cant open MATLAB .fig files created using m-file script

I have a large number of fig plots of analysis results in various databases. These plots are generated automatically when I run my tests using saved m files. These m files are similar to those automatically generated by plottools, but modified to better suit my needs.

Lately I've found that I'm unable to open these figure files. From the MATLAB, figure or plottools window, if I go to open any of these figures nothing happens. They do not open and no warning message appears. I'm at a loss to understand why this is because as far as I can recall it worked fine not so long ago. 

Other figure plots that that been created simply in the command window or using the plottools, when saved can be reopened without any issue. 

This issue is really frustrating as I deal with many many plot figures that may need refining after being generated. I think it could be some error in the script generating these plots, but if there was an error in the script then surely they wouldn't generate and save in the first place. Can anyone help me out? 
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Thomas Breen wrote:
> I have a large number of fig plots of analysis results in various
> databases. These plots are generated automatically when I run my
> tests using saved m files. These m files are similar to those
> automatically generated by plottools, but modified to better suit my
> needs.
> 
> Lately I've found that I'm unable to open these figure files. From
> the MATLAB, figure or plottools window, if I go to open any of these
> figures nothing happens. They do not open and no warning message
> appears. I'm at a loss to understand why this is because as far as I
> can recall it worked fine not so long ago.
> 
> Other figure plots that that been created simply in the command
> window or using the plottools, when saved can be reopened without any
> issue.
> 
> This issue is really frustrating as I deal with many many plot
> figures that may need refining after being generated. I think it
> could be some error in the script generating these plots, but if
> there was an error in the script then surely they wouldn't generate
> and save in the first place. Can anyone help me out?

Not a chance w/o more specific details I'd think...at least my crystal 
ball is dark on this one...

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Negative gearing has created empty houses and artificial scarcity
For the government to subsidise investors to leave properties standing empty is both a taxation lunacy and a national scandal.

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