I enjoy teaching with RStudio but have one recurring frustration about using it whilst connected to various classroom projectors and TVs.
When my screen is projected I often need to zoom in (with “cmd +” on Mac) so folks at the back of the room can see the various RStudio menus and of course my code/text.
Unfortunately, I will then often get the familiar “Error in plot.new() : figure margins too large” and subsequent multiple warning msgs about “invalid graphics state” etc. I know and appreciate the reasons for this.
However, I was wondering how others deal with a zoomed in display of the console/script and GUI menus whilst having plots smoothly appear and perhaps even having the plot window squished?
I can call x11() and have them appear in a separate window or go through a “cmd -” cycle (or window resize) before each plot. Having to do this is a bit of pain and I was wondering if others have come up with better approaches?
Thanks for your attention!