[Kst] Does this feature exist?

C. Barth Netterfield netterfield at astro.utoronto.ca
Wed Nov 19 18:14:51 CET 2008

If I understand you, it exists.  

Hit 'c' in a plot window to place a reference point.  The status bar will now 
display the offset from the mouse to that point as well as the location of 
the mouse.

If you are in Data Mode (from the toolbar) then the status bar data is tied to 
the nearest point (both when you hit 'c' and when you move the mouse).  If 
not in data mode, it is tied to whereever the mouse is.

Hit 'C' to clear the reference point.


On Wednesday 19 November 2008 12:05:28 pm Gunter Schelfhout wrote:
> Hello,
> I'm new to using kst. (using kst 1.6.0 on Ubuntu 8.10)
> I looked already in the online handbook (not very thorough though).
> The feature I'm looking for is when you click a point on a plot, this point
> will be a reference point and by moving over other points of the plot, the
> status bar will give the XY-values of that point like it does normally, but
> will also give the difference of the Y-values between this point and the
> reference point.
> If it doesn't exist and in case it is not to difficult to implement, please
> consider it for any future versions.
> Thanks a lot,
> Gunter Schelfhout
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