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Select a Signal in a Graphic Window by Clicking on its Signal Curve

Last updated: 2019-06-25
Question:

When do I use the option Signal is selectable via curve, which is available for the graphic window?

Answer:

When this option is activated you can select and activate a signal by clicking on the respective curve. When pressing the <Ctrl> key you can activate several signals at the same time.

When this option is not activated, the measurement cursor is set by clicking directly on or beneath a curve.

 
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2019-06-25
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