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Autoscaling Waveform Graph

How can I set the bounds for the X-axes of an autoscaling Waveform Graph?
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> How can I set the bounds for the X-axes of an autoscaling Waveform Graph?

An autoscaling Waveform is sort of a vague description since it can autoscale
each axis independently. Assuming the Y scale is the one autoscaling,
you can
use an attribute node to set the Range of the X Scale, in particular the Max
and the Min.

Greg McKaskle
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On Fri, 24 Mar 2000 03:44:13 GMT, Greg McKaskle
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>> How can I set the bounds for the X-axes of an autoscaling Waveform Graph?
>
>An autoscaling Waveform is sort of a vague description since it can autoscale
>each axis independently. Assuming the Y scale is the one autoscaling,
>you can
>use an attribute node to set the Range of the X Scale, in particular the Max
>and the Min.

Hi, I've been trying to get results with something like this and
found the Autoscaleing keep getting turned on so when I set my Y
min/max/inc the screen does what I want then the autoscale takes over
and makes the screen do what it wants. I tried to turn it off and
then make it the default but somehow it got set again. These graphs
can be a real bear
to get the results you want.

Regards,

Steve Drake
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Perhaps you missed the atrtibute "X Scale Fit"
It allows you to scale once, always, or never.
Have fun.
Henk.
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> On Fri, 24 Mar 2000 03:44:13 GMT, Greg McKaskle
> wrote:
>
> >> How can I set the bounds for the X-axes of an autoscaling Waveform
Graph?
> >
> >An autoscaling Waveform is sort of a vague description since it can
autoscale
> >each axis independently. Assuming the Y scale is the one autoscaling,
> >you can
> >use an attribute node to set the Range of the X Scale, in particular the
Max
> >and the Min.
>
> Hi, I've been trying to get results with something like this and
> found the Autoscaleing keep getting
turned on so when I set my Y
> min/max/inc the screen does what I want then the autoscale takes over
> and makes the screen do what it wants. I tried to turn it off and
> then make it the default but somehow it got set again. These graphs
> can be a real bear to get the results you want.
>
> Regards,
>
> Steve Drake
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