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How do I change the properties of the walls in a 3D graph in Grapher?

To change the walls of any 3D graph, you change the properties for the axis associated with it. The bottom wall (cyan by default) is controlled by the X Axis. The left wall (light gray by default) is controlled by the Y Axis. The back wall (dark gray by default) is controlled by the graph.

 

To change the bottom wall or left wall:

  1. Click on the X Axis 1 or Y Axis 1 to select it.
  2. In the Property Manager, click on the 3D Settings tab.
  3. To change the wall color:
    1. Click the + next to Wall fill style.
    2. Change the Foreground color to the desired color.
  4. To change the grid line color:
    1. Click on the + next to Major line properties or Minor line properties.
    2. Change the Color to the desired color. Note that the grid color controls the grid lines for the entire axis, both on the bottom or left wall and on the back wall.

 

To change the back wall color:

  1. Click on the Graph 1 to select it.
  2. In the Property Manager, click on the Back Wall tab.
  3. Click the + next to Back Wall Fill Properties.
  4. Change the Foreground color to the desired color.

 

Updated October 3, 2016

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