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Allegro CL version 9.0
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high-low-tee-colors

Arguments: chart-view

Returns the value of the high-low-tee-colors property of a chart-view. The value may be set at creation time by passing the high-low-tee-colors initarg, or any time later by calling (setf high-low-tee-colors).

The colors that are used to draw tee-style error bars for any :high-value and :low-value values in a chart-widget. The value should be a list of RGB objects (see make-rgb) and/or symbols that are globally bound to RGB objects. The default value is a list of the symbol red.

When the high-low-value-style property of the chart-view is :tee, these colors are used to draw the tee lines. This property is not used when the high-low-value-style is :bar or :diamond.

If the value is nil, then all tees are drawn in red. Otherwise, the first object in the chart-widget's sequence of chart-objects is drawn with the first color, the second object with the second color, and so on. If there are fewer colors in the list than there are chart-objects, then the drawing code will cycle back through the list of colors as needed.

See set-chart-value for an explanation of high and low values. See also high-low-value-style and high-low-fill-colors.

See chart-widget and also cg-chart-widget.htm.


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Documentation for Allegro CL version 9.0. This page was not revised from the 8.2 page.
Created 2012.5.30.

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