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st: Re: Re: graph preferences in command line graph creation.
Right on! Works perfectly. Many thanks.
----- Original Message -----
From: "Alan Riley" <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Sent: Tuesday, January 28, 2003 13:50
Subject: st: Re: graph preferences in command line graph creation.
> Don Spady (email@example.com) wrote
> > I want to create a vplplot (vertical plot of two variables, sorted by
> > them) and there is no command to do this in the drop down graphics tab.
> > I do it by using the command line. However, I get a black background
> > yellow foreground. How do I change this to a white (or whatever)
> > and a black (or whatever) foreground. The use of the graph preferences
> > the graphics tab doesn't work. This was very easy to do in Stata 7 but
> > at all intuitive in Stata 8.
> -vplplot- is running under version control and therefore using Stata's old
> graphics engine. Don may edit the graph preferences for old-style graphs
> by typing
> . oldgprefs
> Within Stata 8, this launches a dialog box which provides access to
> the complete set of old Stata 7 graph preferences. The old graph
> preferences may also be set from the command line; see -help gprefs-.
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