[Kst] [Bug 134343] Automatically create labels from ELOG events
dhanson at phas.ubc.ca
Thu Oct 26 19:31:26 CEST 2006
I think that it would be nice to create a new type of data object to
encapsulate plot marker behaviour.
The way that plot markers are currently done is kind of a hassle. They have to
be input in the 2d plot dialog, and require a curve for input. So if you want
to create plot markers from an ELOG event, you have to create the event,
derive a curve from it, and then select it in your 2D plot dialog.
I put a tutorial about this in the newdocs- but if people don't read it they
may have a difficult time figuring it out. It's not really in line with Kst's
If we made a "Marker" data object, with a subvector containing x-positions
this would all be alot easier. Event monitors could automatically create
marker sub(ob)jects, which could be inserted into plots to draw the correct
markers. We could then extend markers to maintain a list of strings
associated with x-values, and they could draw these into the plots if
On Thursday 26 October 2006 10:11, Nicolas Brisset wrote:
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> ------- Additional Comments From nicolas.brisset eurocopter com 2006-10-26
> 19:11 ------- That's the request for annotation objects in data mode
> instead of view mode. This has been discussed in the past already, and I
> think that it makes a lot of sense from a user perspective. I remember
> George was worried about performance, but if we can find a way to do that
> it would be very nice. Annotation objects could have coordinates either
> relative to the plot (or toplevel window if outside plots) or in data space
> (as if they were extra curves drawn with specific vectors).
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