Hide an object without hiding its Caption/Label

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Is there a way to hide an object (e.g: point) without hiding its Caption or Label?

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You can't but if you want to show a Caption without the object there's a workaround.

Define a point A, color it as the background in the last Point Style (no border) and put it in Layer 1. With it, its Caption colors as the background, so you don't see it either. Then create AA = A in Layer 0 and in whatever color you want its Caption, give it a smaller size than A and define the Caption as you want it. Now you only see this Caption Text. While redefining the original point A it will move along.

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Autre possibilité , voir fichier joint

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what issue is different for your "without object" caption/label and a text?

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I'd like to draw multiple variations of the same diagram. And since I want some points to have no breadth at all, I make them invisable.


If I use textboxes then each time I make a variation of the diagram I have to move both the points and the labels which become tedious when I have a lot of points.


I know that I can change the styles of all of the points easily to the minimum size. But I doesn't suit my needs.

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Quote: If I use textboxes then each time I make a variation of the diagram I have to move both the points and the labels which become tedious when I have a lot of points.

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Use Properties Position in the text.

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