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Re: st: Customizing the -s2mono- scheme in Stata 9.2?


From   Svend Juul <SJ@SOCI.AU.DK>
To   <statalist@hsphsun2.harvard.edu>
Subject   Re: st: Customizing the -s2mono- scheme in Stata 9.2?
Date   Sat, 18 Jul 2009 21:00:34 +0200

Hiroshi wrote:
 
I am wondering if it is possible to edit/customize the default settings of
the -s2mono- scheme that comes with Stata 9.2.
 
...
 
Is there any way to edit/customize -s2mono- itself so that it incorporates
my gray scale preference (gs14) for the background and grid lines? I would
then like to name the thus edited -s2mono- something like
-s2mono_modified- and -set scheme s2mono_modified, perm-. (I know I could
specify gray scale options each time I draw a graph, but I have drawn
hundreds of graphs and will draw even more in the future. So, that
solution is not practical.)
 
==============================================================
 
Yes, you can. This scheme file (with the name scheme-mys2mono.scheme)
modifies the s2mono scheme.
 
     * scheme-mys2mono.scheme
     #include s2mono
     color background gs14
     color grid gs10
 
Save the scheme file in C:\ado\personal, and:
 
     set scheme mys2mono , permanently
 
You may want to experiment to get the preferred color of background and
gridlines. BTW, I doubt that your experiences are related to Windows XP
vs. Windows Vista. Did you get another printer as well? Printers (and 
toner) differ.
 
Hope this helps
Svend

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Svend Juul
Institut for Folkesundhed, Afdeling for Epidemiologi
(School of Public Health, Department of Epidemiology)
Bartholins Allé 2
DK-8000 Aarhus C,  Denmark 
Phone:   +45 8693 7796 
Mobile:  +45 2634 7796
E-mail:  sj@soci.au.dk 
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