Altium NEXUS Documentation

Scroll

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: Direction = Vertical | StepType = WaveUp

Summary

This feature is used to scroll vertically-upwards through the data in the active simulation analysis chart, one wave plot at a time.

Access

This command is accessed from the SimData Editor by using the Up Arrow keyboard shortcut.

Use

Use this feature to scroll through the chart vertically-upwards, one wave plot at a time.

Tips

  1. Vertical scroll functionality is available provided there are two or more wave plots in the chart.
  2. You can cycle through the various analysis charts in the SimData Editor using the plus and minus keys on the numeric keypad.


Applied Parameters: Direction = Vertical | StepType = WaveDown

Summary

This feature is used to scroll vertically-downwards through the data in the active simulation analysis chart, one wave plot at a time.

Access

This command is accessed from the SimData Editor by using the Down Arrow keyboard shortcut.

Use

Use this feature to scroll through the chart vertically-downwards, one wave plot at a time.

Tips

  1. Vertical scroll functionality is available provided there are two or more wave plots in the chart.
  2. You can cycle through the various analysis charts in the SimData Editor using the plus and minus keys on the numeric keypad.


Applied Parameters: Direction = Horizontal | StepType = LineUp

Summary

This feature is used to scroll horizontally-left through the data in the active simulation analysis chart, one major X-axis division at a time.

Access

This command is accessed from the SimData Editor by using the Left Arrow keyboard shortcut.

Use

Use this feature to scroll through the chart horizontally-left, one major division on the X-axis at a time.

Tips

  1. Horizontal scroll functionality is available provided the chart has been zoomed in to some extent.
  2. You can cycle through the various analysis charts in the SimData Editor using the plus and minus keys on the numeric keypad.


Applied Parameters: Direction = Horizontal | StepType = LineDown

Summary

This feature is used to scroll horizontally-right through the data in the active simulation analysis chart, one major X-axis division at a time.

Access

This command is accessed from the SimData Editor by using the Right Arrow keyboard shortcut.

Use

Use this feature to scroll through the chart horizontally-right, one major division on the X-axis at a time.

Tips

  1. Horizontal scroll functionality is available provided the chart has been zoomed in to some extent.
  2. You can cycle through the various analysis charts in the SimData Editor using the plus and minus keys on the numeric keypad.


Applied Parameters: Direction = Vertical | StepType = PageUp

Summary

This feature is used to scroll vertically-upwards through the data in the active simulation analysis chart, one page at a time.

Access

This command is accessed from the SimData Editor by using the Shift+Up Arrow keyboard shortcut.

Use

Use this feature to scroll through the chart vertically-upwards, one page at a time.

Tips

  1. Vertical scroll functionality is available provided there are two or more wave plots in the chart.
  2. You can cycle through the various analysis charts in the SimData Editor using the plus and minus keys on the numeric keypad.


Applied Parameters: Direction = Vertical | StepType = PageDown

Summary

This feature is used to scroll vertically-downwards through the data in the active simulation analysis chart, one page at a time.

Access

This command is accessed from the SimData Editor by using the Shift+Down Arrow keyboard shortcut.

Use

Use this feature to scroll through the chart vertically-downwards, one page at a time.

Tips

  1. Vertical scroll functionality is available provided there are two or more wave plots in the chart.
  2. You can cycle through the various analysis charts in the SimData Editor using the plus and minus keys on the numeric keypad.


Applied Parameters: Direction = Horizontal | StepType = PageUp

Summary

This feature is used to scroll horizontally-left through the data in the active simulation analysis chart, one page at a time.

Access

This command is accessed from the SimData Editor by using the Shift+Left Arrow keyboard shortcut.

Use

Use this feature to scroll through the chart horizontally-left, one page at a time. A page is defined as the viewable waveform area.

Tips

  1. Horizontal scroll functionality is available provided the chart has been zoomed in to some extent.
  2. You can cycle through the various analysis charts in the SimData Editor using the plus and minus keys on the numeric keypad.


Applied Parameters: Direction = Horizontal | StepType = PageDown

Summary

This feature is used to scroll horizontally-right through the data in the active simulation analysis chart, one page at a time.

Access

This command is accessed from the SimData Editor by using the Shift+Right Arrow keyboard shortcut.

Use

Use this feature to scroll through the chart horizontally-right, one page at a time. A page is defined as the viewable waveform area.

Tips

  1. Horizontal scroll functionality is available provided the chart has been zoomed in to some extent.
  2. You can cycle through the various analysis charts in the SimData Editor using the plus and minus keys on the numeric keypad.


Applied Parameters: Direction = Vertical | StepType = Top

Summary

This feature is used to scroll to the top of the active simulation analysis chart.

Access

This command is accessed from the SimData Editor by using the Ctrl+Up Arrow (or Ctrl+Home) keyboard shortcut.

Use

Use this feature to jump directly to the top of the chart.

Tips

  1. Vertical scroll functionality is available provided there are two or more wave plots in the chart.
  2. You can cycle through the various analysis charts in the SimData Editor using the plus and minus keys on the numeric keypad.


Applied Parameters: Direction = Vertical | StepType = Bottom

Summary

This feature is used to scroll to the bottom of the active simulation analysis chart.

Access

This command is accessed from the SimData Editor by using the Ctrl+Down Arrow (or Ctrl+End) keyboard shortcut.

Use

Use this feature to jump directly to the bottom of the chart.

Tips

  1. Vertical scroll functionality is available provided there are two or more wave plots in the chart.
  2. You can cycle through the various analysis charts in the SimData Editor using the plus and minus keys on the numeric keypad.


Applied Parameters: Direction = Horizontal | StepType = Top

Summary

This feature is used to scroll to the start of the X-axis, in the active simulation analysis chart.

Access

This command is accessed from the SimData Editor by using the Ctrl+Left Arrow keyboard shortcut.

Use

Use this feature to jump horizontally through the chart, directly to the start of the X-axis.

Tips

  1. Horizontal scroll functionality is available provided the chart has been zoomed in to some extent.
  2. You can cycle through the various analysis charts in the SimData Editor using the plus and minus keys on the numeric keypad.


Applied Parameters: Direction = Horizontal | StepType = Bottom

Summary

This feature is used to scroll to the end of the X-axis, in the active simulation analysis chart.

Access

This command is accessed from the SimData Editor by using the Ctrl+Right Arrow keyboard shortcut.

Use

Use this feature to jump horizontally through the chart, directly to the end of the X-axis.

Tips

  1. Horizontal scroll functionality is available provided the chart has been zoomed in to some extent.
  2. You can cycle through the various analysis charts in the SimData Editor using the plus and minus keys on the numeric keypad.

 

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