Commit 52e14d22 by David Saxton

```- Added and updated screenshots of various settings dialogs.
- Described some of the new UI and updated existing references.

svn path=/trunk/KDE/kdeedu/doc/kmplot/; revision=569446```
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 ... ... @@ -5,18 +5,18 @@ Simple Function Plot In the sidebar on the left, there is a pushbutton with a drop down menu for creating new plots. Click on it, and select Cartesian Plot. The text box for editing the current equation will be focused. Replace the default text with: In the sidebar on the left, there is a button with a drop down menu for creating new plots. Click on it, and select Cartesian Plot. The text box for editing the current equation will be focused. Replace the default text with y = x^2 and press &Enter;. This will draw the plot of y = x^2 in the coordinate system. Clicking on the Create New Plot button again, select Cartesian Plot, and this time enter This will draw the plot of y = x2 in the coordinate system. Clicking on the Create New Plot button again, select Cartesian Plot, and this time enter the text y = 5sin(x) to get another plot. Click on one of the lines you have just plotted. Now the crosshair gets the color of the plot and is attached to the plot. You can becomes the color of the current plot and is attached to the it. You can use the mouse to move the crosshair along the plot. In the status bar at the bottom of the window the coordinates of the current position is displayed. Note that if the plot touches the x-axis the ... ... @@ -36,10 +36,8 @@ If y = x^2 isn't already selected, select it. Here you have access to a lot of options. Let us rename the function and move the plot 5 units down. Change the function equation to parabola(x) = x^2 - 5 To select another color for the plot, click the Appearance button at the bottom of the function editor and select a new color. equation to parabola(x) = x^2 - 5 and hit enter. To select another color for the plot, click the Appearance button at the bottom of the function editor and select a new color. All changes can be undone via EditUndo . ... ...
 ... ... @@ -426,8 +426,8 @@ drawn point by a line. Parametric functions are plotted for parameter values from 0 up to 2&pgr;. You can set the plotting range in the dialog for the function too. Parametric and polar functions have a default plotting range of 0 to 2&pgr;. This plotting range can also be changed in the Function Editor. ... ...

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