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Re: Re: Ticks

  • Subject: [mg3357] Re: [mg3337] Re: [mg3290] Ticks
  • From: richard at seuss.math.wright.edu (Richard Mercer)
  • Date: 29 Feb 1996 11:25:57 -0600
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>  When you set Frame->True, Mathematica automatically sets
>  Axes->False unless you countermand it....
Sorry! This is not true. 

Using Frame->True suppresses the display of ordinary axes at the edges  
of the graph, which is common, and suppresses the display of ticks on  
ordinary axes in other cases, but it does not affect the actual  
settings of the Axes and Ticks options.

Richard Mercer


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