A strange case occurs concerning the equal space between all subplots. While I was doing different tests to get this space between subplots, I found

a case where if I apply a big y-axis labelpad on the parameter "w_a", I get these equal spaces and for the moment, I can't explain how this result is obtained.

For example, If I do :

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```
# Browse each subplot of triangle
for m in range(0,7):
for n in range(0,m+1):
ax = g.subplots[m,n]
# If I am not on diagonal posterior into triplot
if (m != n):
if (m == 3 and n == 0):
# Apply a big shift of "w_a" to the left : 50 !!!
ax.yaxis.set_label_coords(x0-50, y0)
```

Then I firstly the image :

where label

[math]w_a appears totally on the left side and the triplot on the right (even too small to be visible from entire figure).

But if I zoom on the right located triplot, I get interesting results :

You can notice that I get this way the wanted behavior, i.e equal space between each subplot.

But I can't explain this result which doesn't correspond to the previous image in the thread of discussion. The ideal would be to have the same behavior (same equal space) but with right aligned labels (I mean without having to apply too large shift on them).

If this strange behavior could be explained by someone, this would be fine to tell it,

Regards