[Kst] [Bug 120333] The grid covers curves (wrong z-order)

Nicolas Brisset nicolas.brisset at eurocopter.com
Wed Jan 25 16:17:19 CET 2006

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------- Additional Comments From nicolas.brisset eurocopter com  2006-01-25 16:17 -------
I agree that in the first case there won't be much difference, so that's not decisive.
Regarding the second point, I don't think it is extremely important to have the grid on top if you can't make out where the curve is anyway. In such a case, even when the grid is below you'll have a look at axes or the next visible grid lines to determine the amplitude of oscillations, and that's it.
Now, think of another case: a *steady* curve (this tends to happen a lot with booleans for instance :-)). If the grid is drawn on top of it and the grid lines are plain (I know, that's not really "normal" but it does happen) then the curve is completely hidden, and you can only use the data mode to find it. Not so great :-(

Given that in the first 2 cases, it doesn't really matter and that it's clearly better to have grid lines below curves in the third case, I maintain that this is a valid request :-)

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