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wp

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Re: How to get a live diagram (scrolling x-axis)
« Reply #15 on: August 16, 2020, 10:54:35 pm »
The arrow was my request. I think it should point to the left because the entire series moves to the left underneath a stationary window. On the other hand you see a window moving to the right over a stationary series. It is like sitting in a train running from left to right and the trees are passing from right to left.

Any better idea?
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Re: How to get a live diagram (scrolling x-axis)
« Reply #16 on: August 16, 2020, 10:58:07 pm »
The arrow was my request. I think it should point to the left because the entire series moves to the left underneath a stationary window. On the other hand you see a window moving to the right over a stationary series. It is like sitting in a train running from left to right and the trees are passing from right to left.

Any better idea?

I was looking at it in the context of what the live view does... move to the right. I don't think it really matters, so long as it identifies the component. Call it nitpicking.  :D
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