I usually hide all grid lines, move the y-axis to intersect way outside the graphing window, and put both arrows on the x-axis. This gets me close, but every time I go to copy the resulting image, I get way more than just the number line, and when I try and snip it using another application, I never seem to get the arrows snipped nicely. Is it possible to have the x-axis ends a little bit further from the ends of the window so that I can snip a nice number line without the ends looking weird?

I have also tried to graph y=0 and put arrows on the ends, but then when I show the ticks of the x-axis the tick marks get in the way.

Thanks!

]]>I am reposting this because I got confused by the "topic subject" field and didn't clearly title my idea.

Is it possible for you to create a second evaluate/trace facility to run at the same time as the first evaluate/trace facility.

I was plotting arctan(x) and its Maclaurin series, and i wanted to use the trace to follow both functions at the same time

in order to compare their values in the trace box. It would then have been useful to have two cross-hairs (one on each function) and two trace boxes of values.

Chris

]]>Is it possible for you to create a second evaluate/trace facility to run at the same time as the first evaluate/trace facility.

I was plotting arctan(x) and its Maclaurin series, and i wanted to use the trace to follow both functions at the same time

in order to compare their values in the trace box. It would then have been useful to have two cross-hairs (one on each function) and two trace boxes of values.

Chris

]]>Let a user enter a list like {1,2,2,3,4,4,5,5,5,5} and get a result like the attached?

Thanks for all you do with Graph!

]]>Problem (already reported in 2019 Oct.): if the (calculated) value of xMax changes, this change is not reflected automatically as value of Maximum; I have to go back to Axes>Edit>xAxis>Maximum and re-enter ‘xMax’ to update Maximum.

This happens also with the yAxis and other parameters. Unexpected, and annoying. Otherwise, Graph is great!]]>

I haven't really thought much about it since when. But I am aware that some parts of Graph is starting to look very old. I have now added "update the color box" to my todo list.

]]>I always wished more dark colors, similar to the ones present in "chart-palletes", used to draw lines in spreadsheat applications (like LibreOffice, Excel, and so on).

Regards,

Aldemar

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