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edited by Adam Carlson
on 2019/07/03 15:01
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8 8  {{{A bar can be placed both in the upper and lower edge, i.e. certain parts of the bar must be presented with a line type which is "dashed" while
9 9  other parts must be shown with a solid line type. By selecting the insertion point you can control how the bar will be presented. All the parts
10 -of the bar that are placed beyond (closer to the bottom) the selected insertion point, change the line type to the opposite.}}}
10 +of the bar that are placed beyond (closer to the bottom) the selected insertion point, change the line type to the opposite. }}}
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13 +[[image:insättningspunktvariation1.gif]]
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14 -Use GeenShot with the following settings to keep a consistent formatting throughout the Wiki.
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16 +//Figure 1//
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19 +[[image:insättningspunkt1a.jpg]]
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17 -**Fill color:**
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22 +//Figure 2//
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19 -* Red: 0
20 -* Green: 127
21 -* Blue: 255
22 -* alpha: 55
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25 +Example with placement at Top, then the bar is drawn with a solid line type. When the insertion point 2 is selected, the part between 3 and 4 is dashed because it is placed beyond point 2 (underneath). When insertion point 3 is selected the part between 3 and 4 becomes solid because this part is now on the same level as 2.
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24 -**Line color: **
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27 -* Green: 128
28 -* Blue: 185
29 -* Alpha: 255
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31 31  = =
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34 34  )))
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