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                                                   Combining complimentary plot() attributes?


Josh McCormick
2020-07-05 19:19:50

I have a plot () where I would like to use both the StyleHideYAxisValue and the StyleWidth3 attribute.
I have another plot where I need to combine StyleOwnScale and StyleHideValues.

Is there a way to combine what would seem to be complimentary plot attributes?

Thank you again,
Josh McCormick

Josh McCormick
2020-07-05 22:46:04


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UPDATE ------------------------------------------------------------------------

I figured it out! Take a look...

Plot (0, "ZERO LINE", colorBlack, ChartLine, StyleBringToFront|StyleHideValues|StyleHideYAxisValue|StyleDotted|StyleWidth3);

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