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• Subject: [mg14379] Re: [mg14324] Help With PlotLegend, please.
• From: Jurgen Tischer <jtischer at col2.telecom.com.co>
• Date: Thu, 15 Oct 1998 00:29:17 -0400
• References: <199810130521.BAA08634@smc.vnet.net.>
• Sender: owner-wri-mathgroup at wolfram.com

```Hi AC, for getting it ok on the monitor you can do the following: Open
the file

C:\Program Files\Wolfram

find the line in the definition of Plot (the second one) which reads

ps = ps/.{Dashing[x_] -> Dashing[2/0.3 x]}; (* scale dashes *)

and change it to something like

ps = ps/.{Dashing[x_] -> Dashing[2/0.3 x],
Thickness[x_]->Thickness[10 x]}; (* scale dashes *)

Jurgen

Wretch wrote:
>
> I am plotting three curves on the same 2D plot and wish to plot a legend
> below that indicates which is which.  The problem I'm having is that
> more darkly shaded lines (using the Thickness[] option) do not appear
> any darker or thicker on the legend, which makes distinguishing the
> solid lines in the plot impossible.
>
> Here's my Mathematica 3.0 input:
>
> *******************************************************************
> Plot[{f[x],g[x],h[x]},{x,xlow,xhigh},PlotStyle->{{},Dashing[{.02}],
>  Thickness[.008]},PlotLegend->{"f(x)","g(x)","h(x)"},LegendPosition->
>  {-1,-1.2},LegendSize->{1.7,.5}]
> *******************************************************************
>
> f[x] is a normal solid line
> g[x] is a dashed line
> h[x] is a thick solid line
>
> The problem is that the legend lines for f(x) and h(x) appear
> indistinguishable, both in the mathematica output and on a printed
> postscript file of the plot.
>
> What may I do to remedy this?
>
> Thanks,
>
> AC

```

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