how can i hide the reference line used in inequality
卫博 shared this question 5 years ago
hi, i have created one ggb via inequality and mark this region as required.
But i do not want the reference lines or other object to display in final product.
How can i do that?
Even i hide the objects, there are always a outline there.
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Hithe linestyle of the reference line of an equality shows if it belongs to the inequality or not. But if you don't want to show it nevertheless you can set the line thinkness to zero, so it won't show.
are you sure you have selected an inequality?
Maybe i have not expressed clearly which problem i am having.
I do need the inequality(inspired by @mathmagic) to dispaly the irregular overlapping section, but i do not want all the other reference line displayed.
I repeat: be sure
thanks for the hint, i found only the inequality have the capability of setting thickness to 0. I have not really selected the inequality previously.
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