Strange behaviour with impoint()

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Alexis
Alexis on 8 Jun 2018
Edited: Alexis on 8 Jun 2018
I need to manually mark data points that weren't detected by my algorithm. So I have been trying to use impoint() and when it works, it's great.
The problem is that, occasionally, when I click anywhere in the plot, the marker jumps a centimetre below to where I have clicked. And it continues to jump around everywhere you click. You can never actually double-click the point to confirm, because it just jumps away from your cursor like a game of tag.
This occurs very inconsistently and I can't figure out what part of the script is relevant to the error, but here's the part immediately surrounding impoint().
plot (breath)
hold on
for i = 1:numAcc
plot(inhale{i,2},breath(round(inhale{i,2})),'rx',inhale{i,1},breath(round(inhale{i,1})),'gx')
end
set(gcf, 'Position', [0, 250, width, 600])
corInhaleBegin = impoint(gca,[]);
getPosition(corInhaleBegin);
accepted_pos1 = wait(corInhaleBegin);
resume(corInhaleBegin);
correctedBreath(corCount,:) = {accepted_pos1};
close
Edit: When I comment this line
set(gcf, 'Position', [0, 250, width, 600])
the problem goes away. Does anyone know why this is? It saves me a lot of clicking and dragging if I can have the window appear at this size so I regret having to comment it.

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