Hi all, in grid options, it's possible to show up only x-gridlines or only y-gridlines?
This would require that there be a sub-menu within Grid tab as there is within the Axis tab. This would be beneficial when doing histograms that are coming in the new version.
You can vary the distance between the grid lines in both x and y directions, so you can always make one distance so large there are no grid lines visible!
This would not fix the problem stated for many situations. It is useful to be able to switch grid lines on/off by choice as programs such as winplot and others do.
I use Winplot too - how do you switch off gridlines in individual directions there? My version seems to have less flexibility than GeoGebra does on axes and grids.
But yes, an on/off toggle on grid lines in individual directions could be a helpful option. But I can work around it!
My bad, not WinPlot, but Graph by http://www.padowan.dk/graph/.
It is also available with most spreadsheets.
Although, I bet that Richard Parris at Exeter Academy could make that a feature if he was convinced of its need. It does work with the users of his programs quite well.
There is a way... in the gridlines menu, use for the x distance 1000000 (same for y) and you'll get just horizontal gridlines... if 1000000 is not enough, use more zeros... :D
No, but you can do custom gridlines with Sequence in the pre-release version. See the customAxes.ggb file here:
ok then I'll change my post:
... in grid options, it's possible to add a new option to show up only x-gridlines or only y-gridlines?
Yes, I agree.
Another nice option would be to use PI/3, PI/4, or PI/6 instead of just PI/2.
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