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  1. #1
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    Default OK, so how do you change line weighting?

    When I import frd data (add curves) I get the window that allows me to change the color of the line, adjust its level, etc. I see what appears to be a button showing different line weights, but I can't seem to change the line weight no matter what I do - the line is always very thin, and I would like to change it. What am I missing?

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    Default Re: OK, so how do you change line weighting?

    Jeff,

    If you are trying to do what I think you are, after the frd has been loaded, right click on the little icon next to the word OmniMic and the line size should change for you.

    I have attached two screen shots showing what happens to my frd line after doing this.

    Hope this helps.

    James
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    Default Re: OK, so how do you change line weighting?

    the curves menue also has a 'thick traces' option.
    now tell me why my 'show phase' checkbox is not always available?
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    Default Re: OK, so how do you change line weighting?

    You need to go into Advanced Functions for the phase check box to appear.

    Also, never knew that line thickness was in the curves drop down.

    James

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    Default Re: OK, so how do you change line weighting?

    Even with advanced options checked the "show phase" checkbox will only show if your using the "blended" or "only to" options. I can't say why it was done like that, just that it is.

    To add to exojam's explaination, if you left click that line it will change the measured line, right click changes all others.

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    Default Re: OK, so how do you change line weighting?

    Quote Originally Posted by takitaj View Post
    Even with advanced options checked the "show phase" checkbox will only show if your using the "blended" or "only to" options. I can't say why it was done like that, just that it is.

    To add to exojam's explaination, if you left click that line it will change the measured line, right click changes all others.
    Thanks for the answers, guys. I had not made note of that little box below below the graph, but that works just fine.

    Jeff

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