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PostPosted: Wed Aug 26, 2009 2:44 pm 
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Using 2.06 and 1.1j3 I don't see "station plot density" setting anymore. The manual says it's under preferences-station plots and I recall seeing it in earlier versions. Is it somewhere else?

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Its not on the main screen, left side center listed as "data plot" with a sliding bar? I know it was in 2.07 and current 2.08.
BTW, forget the manual. It needs to be updated in a major way.


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Hmmmm...don't see it in 2.06 you say under "data-data plots- sliding bar. right? So it's not under "preferences".


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In 2.07 an .08, there is not a method in preferences to set station plot density. It is on the main screen, all the way on the left side about half way down. It is called "Data Plot Crowding" and then there is a slider bar underneath that you can set. I seem to recall that it was in 2.06 as well. Can you update to 2.08?


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It is described on page 17 of the manual and has a screen shot as well.


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Thanks, will do.


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