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Jay-FeS Posted - 09/14/2021 : 08:22:25 AM
Origin Ver. and Service Release (Select Help-->About Origin):
OriginPro 2021b (64-bit) SR1 9.8.5.204 (Academic)

Operating System: Win 10

Hi all, new to Origin. Got a spot of bother with a simple waterfall plot. The plotted data is consistently being shown beyond my selected X axis range (see image). Anyone got any ideas?
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snowli Posted - 09/14/2021 : 11:34:06 AM
For 2D, by default it's on.
But for 3D, by default it's off since from perspective, user may want to see it beyond axis.

Thanks, Snow
Jay-FeS Posted - 09/14/2021 : 11:16:45 AM
Thanks snow, I would never have found that!
snowli Posted - 09/14/2021 : 08:55:28 AM
Please enable clipping

https://www.originlab.com/doc/Quick-Help/3D-Clipping
Thanks, Snow

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