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:Turns [[Tracing]] on/off for the specified object.
 
:Turns [[Tracing]] on/off for the specified object.
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:{{example|1=Create a point A, then type in <code>SetTrace(A,true)</code>. Select the [[File:Mode move.svg|link=|22px]][[Move Tool]] and drag the point, to show its trace.}}
  
{{Note|1= Use [[ZoomIn Command|ZoomIn[1]]] to clear all traces.}}
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{{Note|1= Use [[ZoomIn Command|ZoomIn(1)]] to clear all traces.}}

Latest revision as of 09:16, 12 October 2017


SetTrace( <Object>, <true | false> )
Turns Tracing on/off for the specified object.
Example: Create a point A, then type in SetTrace(A,true). Select the Mode move.svgMove Tool and drag the point, to show its trace.


Note: Use ZoomIn(1) to clear all traces.
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