Lars Tore Gustavsen wrote:
I tried to changes some values in the plot.c and recompile, but I was out of luck. Since I'm not a programmer, I don't understand to much of that file anyway. This is not a big topic. It's just that the tiny graphs can be hard to read, especially where they overlap each other. So, is it possible to get thicker lines on linux?
It depends somewhat on the platform. I think Klaus was showing a plot from the Mac, which has nice anti-aliased lines. To change the line width on X11, you need to change the GC (Graphic Context) to have a line width greater than the default of 0 (minimum). So you need to find all the "XSetLineAttributes(mydisplay, mygc, 0, LineSolid ..." calls, and change the 0 to something > 0, such as 2, 3, 4 etc. Graeme Gill.