Up until today's upgrade to PyCharm 2017.3, the default plot window when using Matplotlib included handy tools such as paning the view, zoom box, and accessing axes settings directly from the plot. In the new SciView window all of this is gone, and only a pretty reduced version of zooming remains where zooming defaults to the upper left corner, and the plot is not scaling anymore, but rather a pixelated image, so zooming also turns out to be quite useless in SciView.
Is there any way to disable the SciView window, and get back the old Matplotlib figure viewer? I know about the "Settings | Tools | Python Scientific | Show plots in toolwindow" checkbox, but unticking it just puts the plot into a window that is not interactive at all.
Is my main option here to just downgrade to the previous version I had? SciView ought to just be a plugin, bit I cannot find it the settings | plugins.
(Just to balance out this rather salty comment, I just want to say, for the record, that I am a faithful PyCharm devotee, and think the work you folks do is great!)