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Juxt Show, Hide, Unhide Array Traces
If you have several traces in an Array that overlap each other, you can use PgDn (or drag the Y axis) to reduce the display magnification so they don't overlap, assuming there is adequate Spacing. However, they may then be so small that it can be difficult to distinguish important features.
Instead, you can use the Hide option to hide some of the traces. With the mouse, hold down the CTRL key and left-click on any trace you want to hide. Alternatively, you can scroll to the trace you want to hide, then hit the Hide button. Do this for each trace you want to hide.
Note that as you scroll, the Hide button state changes to reflect the status of each trace currently selected. The array display will not change as you scroll past a trace that is already hidden.
Once you have hidden some traces, the Show button will allow you to see them again without unHiding them. When the Show button is down all traces will be visible, but those with Hide set will be shown dotted. In this state, CTRL-clicking on a trace toggles its Hide state, so you can quickly change to a different selection of unhidden traces. Then toggle Show off and you will see only those traces.
The thin unmarked button between Show and Hide will remove the Hide state from all traces at once. This is a momentary action and is not reversible.
JuxtShow=1 activates the Show button, JuxtShow=0 forces it off, and JuxtShow=x toggles it.
Similarly, JuxtHide=1 activates the Hide button, JuxtHide=0 forces it off, and JuxtHide=x toggles it.
JuxtUnHide= (value ignored) removes the Hide state from all traces, just like pushing the momentary button.
See also Juxt Trace Memory Array
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