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Re: Bug Report: Excessively thin Thin?

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  • Subject: [mg101373] Re: Bug Report: Excessively thin Thin?
  • From: AES <siegman at>
  • Date: Fri, 3 Jul 2009 05:39:19 -0400 (EDT)
  • Organization: Stanford University
  • References: <h27fgi$cp3$> <h2cphs$a6t$> <h2i4ll$91l$>

In article <h2i4ll$91l$1 at>, Tyler <hayes.tyler at> 

> File this one under D'oh!
> Using your code below, you'll see that the thin line is on *the same*
> line as the regular one. As such, the thick line over plots it....

Got this same reply from numerous (and remarkably forgiving) regulars.

Indeed -- not just "D'oh!", but "Dumb, dumb, DUMB!!"  I'll crawl back 
into my cage, self-wounded, and be silent for a while.

[But in self defense, with the Thin Help file opened full height on a 
Cinema 21" display, the Thin line in the first demo example is really 
effectively invisible, and remains so even when you add a "Red" 
directive in front of it and re-execute it, with "Red" added to the 
Thick demo also, to confirm that this works OK.]

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