Suggestion: move loaded file's curve with arrow keys

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Suggestion: move loaded file's curve with arrow keys

Postby brubart » Thu May 05, 2005 10:22 am

Hi Paavo and Earle,

Here' a suggestion for Har-Bal. To move the display of the loaded file's curve to coincide with the reference curve, we need to click-drag a wideband filter and then drag the curve up or down. It would be convenient to do the same thing by pressing the up-arrow or down-arrow (or ctrl-up, ctrl-down to prevent accidentally moving the curve).

Thanks,

Bruce Bartlett
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Re: Suggestion: move loaded file's curve with arrow keys

Postby har-bal » Wed May 18, 2005 8:20 am

brubart wrote:Hi Paavo and Earle,

Here' a suggestion for Har-Bal. To move the display of the loaded file's curve to coincide with the reference curve, we need to click-drag a wideband filter and then drag the curve up or down. It would be convenient to do the same thing by pressing the up-arrow or down-arrow (or ctrl-up, ctrl-down to prevent accidentally moving the curve).

Thanks,

Bruce Bartlett


Bruce

Actually that is an excellent idea!

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Postby Jrel » Wed Sep 27, 2006 3:15 pm

I agree, this is one of the things I wish Har-Bal could do. I wish I could click and set the width of the filter, click again to keep the width, then use arrow keys to move it up and down.
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