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It is very easy to delay the start of a video in order to offset the beginning of a video to a data set.  However it is more difficult to offset data in order to synchronise with another section of a video.

 

For instance - you may have a 12 second video with 6 seconds worth of data.  If this data relates to 6-12 s of the video, you need to change the x-axis of the 2D-axis area to mirror 6-12 s.

 

I would propose a "Video Offset" property.  This suggestion is similar to Time Shift Data Feature.

 

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When there are a number of entrees on the legend it would be nice to be able to put the entrees in columns.  Currently, I can only have one column of entrees.

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Creating fancy pdf-files for costumers and other purposes is great. However, if the experimental data include many datapoints (>200000) a line-2d-graph ends up in a very big pdf-file. Especially when many pages need to be used.

 

Explanation:

When I use lines to show experimental data in 2d-plots the size of my PDF-file is directly influenced by the number of datapoints used. The more datapoints are used to draw lines within the graph, the bigger the exported PDF-files of the report are.

 

It would be great to limit the number of points used to draw a line as it can be done with markers without using the curve transformation option. - Hence, e.g. plotting a line with the help of 200 datapoints is usually as good as showing the same line based on 200000 datapoints but the pdf-size is significantly reduced. You can imagine that when this would be done via the transformation option a long lasting script would be needed for each line to reduce the number of datapoints shown. Hence, the plotting within the report and the actualisation of data would need very long.

 

 

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Please bugfix the "Textobject" in Report.

Create a new Report -> add a "Textobject" -> fill in some Text an close it -> copy the side:

The Textobject is black and if you try to edit the black Textobject, DIADEM crash.