Altium NEXUS Documentation

MoveWaveCursor

Created: June 12, 2016 | Updated: April 11, 2017

Parent page: SimView Commands

The following pre-packaged resources, derived from this base command, are available:


Applied Parameters: Minimum

Summary

This command is used to quickly move the currently selected measurement cursor to the minimum point on its associated waveform.

Access

This command can be accessed from the SimData Editor by:

  • Choosing the Wave » Select Minimum Point command from the main menus.
  • Clicking the  button on the SimView Cursor toolbar.

Use

First ensure that the measurement cursor that you wish to use (A or B) is selected. Select the required cursor by clicking on its tab.

After launching the command, the cursor will be moved to the minimum point of the waveform to which it is currently associated.


Applied Parameters: Maximum

Summary

This command is used to quickly move the currently selected measurement cursor to the maximum point on its associated waveform.

Access

This command can be accessed from the SimData Editor by:

  • Choosing the Wave » Select Maximum Point command from the main menus.
  • Clicking the  button on the SimView Cursor toolbar.

Use

First ensure that the measurement cursor that you wish to use (A or B) is selected. Select the required cursor by clicking on its tab.

After launching the command, the cursor will be moved to the maximum point of the waveform to which it is currently associated.


Applied Parameters: PeakRight

Summary

This command is used to quickly move the currently selected measurement cursor to the next peak to the right, on its associated waveform.

Access

This command can be accessed from the SimData Editor by:

  • Choosing the Wave » Select Next Peak: Right command from the main menus.
  • Clicking the  button on the SimView Cursor toolbar.

Use

First ensure that the measurement cursor that you wish to use (A or B) is selected. Select the required cursor by clicking on its tab.

After launching the command, the cursor will be moved to the next peak (along to the right) of the waveform to which it is currently associated.


Applied Parameters: PeakLeft

Summary

This command is used to quickly move the currently selected measurement cursor to the next peak to the left, on its associated waveform.

Access

This command can be accessed from the SimData Editor by:

  • Choosing the Wave » Select Next Peak: Left command from the main menus.
  • Clicking the  button on the SimView Cursor toolbar.

Use

First ensure that the measurement cursor that you wish to use (A or B) is selected. Select the required cursor by clicking on its tab.

After launching the command, the cursor will be moved to the next peak (along to the left) of the waveform to which it is currently associated.


Applied Parameters: TroughRight

Summary

This command is used to quickly move the currently selected measurement cursor to the next trough to the right, on its associated waveform.

Access

This command can be accessed from the SimData Editor by:

  • Choosing the Wave » Select Next Trough: Right command from the main menus.
  • Clicking the  button on the SimView Cursor toolbar.

Use

First ensure that the measurement cursor that you wish to use (A or B) is selected. Select the required cursor by clicking on its tab.

After launching the command, the cursor will be moved to the next trough (along to the right) of the waveform to which it is currently associated.


Applied Parameters: TroughLeft

Summary

This command is used to quickly move the currently selected measurement cursor to the next trough to the left, on its associated waveform.

Access

This command can be accessed from the SimData Editor by:

  • Choosing the Wave » Select Next Trough: Left command from the main menus.
  • Clicking the  button on the SimView Cursor toolbar.

Use

First ensure that the measurement cursor that you wish to use (A or B) is selected. Select the required cursor by clicking on its tab.

After launching the command, the cursor will be moved to the next trough (along to the left) of the waveform to which it is currently associated.

 

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