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I'm generating a voltage signal and display it on a chart.
I would like to make the zero Volt orizontal line in a special color, or anyway more visible.
Is there a way to do it with the property of the chart?
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add a 2nd plot to your chart (showing a zero constant) and set the plot properties to any color/line thickness/style you want…
If you would use a graph instead of a chart you might use a cursor too…
It is better to use graph instead of chart and then create an arry of "0" elements and feed your data and this new array to graph.
no of "0" can be equal to no of elements in your actual array. use colour as per your need.
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