set TileSpacing in reopened figure

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abu
abu on 25 Aug 2021
Commented: abu on 26 Aug 2021
Hello,
I have a bunch of old .fig without the sourcecode at hand :-( . They were created using
t = tiledlayout(3,1);
t.TileSpacing = 'none';
Now when I reopen the figures I can manually change the TileSpacing in the Property Inspector to 'tight' , however I was not able to find a command to change the property by command line / code. Any suggestion is greatly appreciated!
Thanks in advance,
Andi

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Chunru
Chunru on 26 Aug 2021
Edited: Chunru on 26 Aug 2021
t = tiledlayout(3,1);
t.TileSpacing = 'none';
nexttile;
plot(rand(10,1));
nexttile;
plot(rand(10,1));
nexttile;
plot(rand(10,1));
savefig(gcf, 'output.fig');
figure;
open('output.fig')
h=findobj(gcf, 'Type', 'tiledlayout');
h.TileSpacing = 'tight';
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abu
abu on 26 Aug 2021
Works like charme, thanks for the support :-)
I was fiddling with findobj before, however not looking for tiledlayout, but for TileSpacing or TiledChartLayout. It seems I am not clear about the differences between objects, properties, classes etc. Do you have a resource at hand that could help me better understanding those basics?
Thank you again!

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