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Cursors Page (Properties Dialog Box)

LabVIEW 2013 Help

Edition Date: June 2013

Part Number: 371361K-01

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Requires: Base Development System

Use this page of the Properties dialog box to add cursors to a graph, such as an XY graph or feather plot, and to configure the appearance of the cursors.

This page includes the following components:

Note  Some of the components in this list do not apply to all objects.
  • Cursor—Sets the cursor you want to configure. You also can use the Cursor property to set the cursor you want to configure programmatically.
  • Name—Name of the cursor. You also can use the Cursor Name property to set the name of the cursor programmatically.
  • Line style—Line style of the cursor. You also can use the Line Style property to set the line style of the cursor programmatically.
  • Line width—Line width of the cursor. You also can use the Line Width property to set the line width of the cursor programmatically. Assigning a value of 0 results in a line width of exactly one pixel. Assigning values 1–4 will result in a line width of increasing thickness based upon the resolution of the monitor.
  • Point Style—Point style of the cursor. You also can use the Cursor Point Style property to set the style of the cursor programmatically.
  • Cursor Style—Style of the cursor. You also can use the Cursor Style property to set the style of the cursor programmatically.
  • Cursor color—Color of the cursor. You also can use the Cursor Color property to set the color of the cursor programmatically.
  • Show name—Displays the cursor name on the graph. You also can use the Cursor Name Visible property to display the cursor name on the graph programmatically.
  • Show cursor—Displays the cursor on the graph. You also can use the Visible property to display the cursor on the graph programmatically.
  • Allow dragging—Allows the user to drag the cursor on the graph.
    • Cursor lock—Sets how the cursor locks. You also can use the Cursor Mode property to set how the cursor locks programmatically.
    • Cursor plot—Plot with which to associate the cursor. You also can use the Cursor Plot property to associate the cursor with a plot programmatically.
  • Add—Adds a new cursor.
  • Remove—Removes the selected cursor.

 

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