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Scaling of X-, Y-, and XY-Axis

Last updated: 2019-01-21
Question:
How to change scaling of X-, Y-, and XY-axis with the mouse?
Answer:
Possibility 1:
The scaling of the different axis can be changed with the mouse wheel scroll. For this, click on the respective axis and use the mouse wheel to change the scaling.
  • Changes at the X-axis (time) concern every signal in the window
  • Changes at the Y-axis concern only the selected signals

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The red signal is selected

Possibility 2:
When clicking in the graphics window, you can use the mouse to zoom in. E. g. holding down the left mouse button and move the mouse in x-, y- or xy-direction to zoom in the respective direction.

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Note:
This feature can be disabled with the following CANape.ini or vSignalyzer.ini setting:
USE_VARIABLE_ZOOM_MODE=0

 
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2019-01-21
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