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Display Line Style

Controls: Edit Menu >> Colors & Line Styles >> Style
Macro: LineStyle

The Style button uses a two-letter prefix to show which line it applies to. L.I. Style is the default when when Screen, Grid, or Cursors is selected, otherwise it will be the selected display channel.

A solid line is the default. Repeated button clicks will advance to dashed, dotted, dash-dot, dash-dot-dot, and back to solid.

Macro Notes:

To change the line style of the selected display channel, use LineStyle=n where n is 0 to 4:

To change the style of a specific channel, even if not selected, precede the above command with a two-letter channel prefix. Note that there is no period after the first letter (L or R), even though the button label shows it:

    LI.LineStyle=n    Left In
    RI.LineStyle=n    Right In
    LO.LineStyle=n    Left Out
    RO.LineStyle=n    Right Out

You can also use Ch.LineStyle=n to change the style of the channel specified previously via a separate Ch=n Channel Select command:

    Ch=0    Left In
    Ch=1    Right In
    Ch=2    Left Out
    Ch=3    Right Out

Alternatively, instead of a prefix, you can use the same suffix scheme as for the above ColorNum macro:

    LineStyle#L=n   Left In
    LineStyle#R=n   Right In
    LineStyle#l=n   Left Out
    LineStyle#r=n   Right Out
    LineStyle#c=n   prior Ch Channel Select

See also Colors & Line Styles Dialog.


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