Hey PFers. I recently did an install of Matlab R2015b on a x64 Windows 10 PC. It doesn't matter what I plot or how I plot it (e.g., plot(), scatter(),etc.), when I use the figure dropdown menu Insert→Legend I get the following error Code (Text): Error using assert Too many input arguments. Error in matlab.graphics.shape.internal.AxesLayoutManager.getManager Error in legendcolorbarlayout (line 19) hManager = matlab.graphics.shape.internal.AxesLayoutManager.getManager(hAx); Error in matlab.graphics.illustration.Legend/setAxesImpl Error in matlab.graphics.illustration.Legend/set.Axes_I Error in matlab.graphics.illustration.Legend/set.Axes Error in legend>make_legend (line 332) leg.Axes = ha; Error in legend (line 233) [h,msg] = make_legend(ha,args(arg+1:end),version); Error in insertmenufcn (line 58) leg = legend(cax,'show'); Error while evaluating Menu Callback I've googled a bit, but there seem to be many ways to generate these errors. The only reliable fix from MATLAB support is to reset the path to default, but this isn't an option when it comes to running my code. Has anyone experienced this and found a fix that doesn't mess with the path? Thanks!