Re: How can I make the colored lines inside a Mathematica Legend
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- Subject: [mg91059] Re: How can I make the colored lines inside a Mathematica Legend
- From: Fred Klingener <jfklingener at gmail.com>
- Date: Tue, 5 Aug 2008 04:00:44 -0400 (EDT)
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On Aug 3, 5:32 am, pif <ra... at mit.edu> wrote:
> How can I change the thickness of colored lines inside a Mathematica legend? The default thickness that I am getting makes them barely visible, and hence makes it difficult to associate different colred curves with their labels in the legend. I checked the documentation for Graphics`Legend`, but didn't find options for the thickness of lines inside the legend. Any suggestions?
For anything the least out of the ordinary, I compose my own legend
using something like Epilog->Inset@Framed@GraphicsGrid[...
Inside the grid cells, you can do just about anything you want to do.
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