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st: RE: Re: Scheme setting for graph region

From   "David Harrison" <[email protected]>
To   <[email protected]>
Subject   st: RE: Re: Scheme setting for graph region
Date   Tue, 25 Jan 2005 11:54:26 -0000

Interesting... seems you are right, I can't set any options for background directly. I suggest making the changes to a style you are not likely to use (so not foreground!) and then applying the linestyle, e.g.

#include s2color
color p15line red
linewidth p15 vthick
linepattern p15 solid
linestyle background p15

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-----Original Message-----
From: Friedrich Huebler [mailto:[email protected]]
Sent: 24 January 2005 16:00
To: [email protected]
Subject: st: Re: Scheme setting for graph region

Thank you, with -linestyle background foreground- I get a frame
around all graphs. Is it possible to control the color and thickness
of the frame with the scheme? The linewidth, linecolor and
linepattern entries in my scheme are ignored by Stata.

#include s2color
linestyle background foreground
linewidth background vthick
linecolor background red
linepattern background solid

I don't really want a thick red frame, this is only an example.

Friedrich Huebler

--- David Harrison <[email protected]> wrote:
> The graphregion is referred to as "background" in scheme files, so
> try...
> #include s2color
> linestyle background foreground
> -----Original Message-----
> From: Friedrich Huebler [mailto:[email protected]]
> I would like to create a scheme that draws all graphs with a black
> frame. That way I would not have to include the option
> -graphregion(lcolor(black) lwidth(thin))- with every graph. The
> documentation of scheme files does not mention graph region
> settings.

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