I have the following problem with plots in Maple 2020: I wanted to create several plots which should have the exact same size. I used the command size = [400,400] and Maple is creating a plot with that size, but Maple applies a white frame to my plots which does not have the same size in all cases (see the red mark of different length in the pictures below), so that the effective size differs, which is extremely ugly if you want to arrange several pictures in a document. So my question is
1.) How to remove this white frame, so that the efftictive picture size is actually 400x400?
2.) If 1.) is not possible, how can I adjust the frame so that it always has the same size?
plot1 := inequal(0 <= y^3 + x^2, x = -5 .. 5, y = -5 .. 5, filledregions, color = blue, background = "Gainsboro", size = [400, 400]);
plot2 := plot(x = -5 .. 5, y = -5 .. 5, background = "Gainsboro");
ll := line([-3, 0], [3, 0]), color = blue, thickness = 5;
l := line([-3, 2], [5, 5]), color = blue, thickness = 2;
display(plot2, l, size = [400, 400]);
Thanks for your help.