Topic: Small bugs
I've been experiencing two bugs with point series.
First one that I have seen for quite a while, but I didn't bother telling. To reproduce the bug:
-Create a point series with like few points (more than 0 points), whatever their value. Close the series to allow undos.
-Reopen the series (Edit)
-Using the "arrow" cursor that appears when you put your cursor close to the edge of the X-Y table, select the empty row at the bottom of the list. (that empty row Graph provides for one to add a new line)
-Right click on the row and select "Remove Row" in the menu that appears.
It deletes the last data point, even though you deleted an empty line. $matches. That is the bug. Minor, yes, but a bug still! It usually happens to me when I want to delete some data from one point to the end, I use Ctrl+Shift+End to select down to the bottom, selecting the $matches last row.
Second bug is with the Evaluate function. I just noticed it today.
-Create a non-linear point series (goes up and down, changes slope, etc.)
-In the "Line" subsection in the "Edit" menu, select "1D cubic spline" for Interpolation. Accept and close the series.
-Press Ctrl+E to make the Evaluate function appear, and evaluate some positions between the points.