On Sun, 2 May 2004, [iso-8859-2] Karel Kulhav=FD wrote:
> info gnuplot
> ctrl+s set grid ctrl+s ctrl+s
A side note: gnuplot.info has an index, so typing 'igrid' and
then <Return> would have got you there faster and easier...
> This chapter "grid" operates with some "major_linestyle"
> (for example in the syntax, linestyle <major_linestyle>) but lacks
> a definition of what it is (it clearly may not be anything,
> I tried a zero:
> gnuplot> set grid mxtics xtics ytics mytics linestyle 0
> linestyle not found
That would have worked if you know what a "linestyle" is, and that yo=
must define one befor you can use it. The info you're looking for is
there in the text:
The grid can be enabled and disabled for the major and/or minor tic
marks on any axis, and the linetype and linewidth can be specified
for major and minor grid lines, also via a predefined linestyle, as
far as the active terminal driver supports this.
Is it really that hard to concatenate "major" and "linestyle" from th=
paragraph and guess that that's what the "major_linestyle" is?
Hans-Bernhard Broeker (broeker@...)
Even if all the snow were burnt, ashes would remain.