How to auto rotate x/y/z-label to the same angle as the axis?

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I use the 'Rotation' option to get the text aligned with the axis at the momet, eg:
xlabel('Frequency (MHz)','Rotation',-10)
but it is a bit time consuming, especially when you rotate the figure back anf forth to get a nice wiev.
Surely there must be a way to automatically rotate the labels so that they align with the direction of the actual axis? Maybe not actively when rotating but atleast with a command when using "surfc" for example...
Micke Malmström
Micke Malmström on 27 Nov 2017
trial and error is the method of determining -10 surfc is just an example...

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Rik on 27 Nov 2017
You can get a handle to the 3d rotation, so if you determine the appropriate rotation (e.g. with the output of view), you can set the ActionPostCallback function.


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