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  • Subject: [mg127030] filling
  • From: Francisco Gutierrez <fgutiers2002 at>
  • Date: Tue, 26 Jun 2012 04:45:56 -0400 (EDT)
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Dear Friends:
Filling is rather well documented. I have failed to solve an apparently simple but annoying problem. 
I have the following plot:=
example=ListLinePlot[threevarsA, PlotStyle->{{Thick,Red},{Thick,Orange}, {Thick,Green}},  Ticks->{{{0,1976},{10,1986},{20,1996},{30,2006},{34,2009}}, Automatic},PlotLegend->{Text[Style["Ammnist=EDa",12]],Text[Style["SD-USA",12]],Text[Style[ "Polity",12]]},LegendPosition->{1.1,-0.4}, Filling->{2->{{3}, Gray}}]

threevars is this list:
Note that in the output the gray area falls below the red line (exactly by 1996).. I do not want this. I want the gray filling to fall between the green line and the maximum value of the red and orange ones --but without drawing the line of the maxima of these two. How can I manage to do this? Any help appreciated

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