[Kst] Does this feature exist?
arwalker at sumusltd.com
Wed Nov 19 18:26:22 CET 2008
If memory servers you should be able to hit the 'c' key to position a cursor
on a plot. You'll then be given the x,y offset from the current position to
the cursor, or to the highlighted data point if you're in data mode.
Hit SHIFT+'c' to clear the cursor.
Hope that helps,
From: Gunter Schelfhout [mailto:gschelle at telenet.be]
Sent: Wednesday, November 19, 2008 9:05 AM
To: kst at kde.org
Subject: [Kst] Does this feature exist?
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
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,
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