THE DEFAULT SETTINGS
When you first run Graphmatica without a GRAPHMAT.INI file, the following settings are in effect. Using the Defaults button in the Range, Theta Range, or Settings dialog boxes resets the options to these "factory" settings.
|Grid Range||Start (-8.0, ___*) End (8.0, ___*)|
|Graph Paper||Rectangular/Gridlines, with border, axes, arrows, and labels|
|Always Draw Labels||OFF|
|Drawing Mode (Lines or Dots)||Lines|
|max # of eqns to redraw (AutoNum)||25|
|Color Scheme||gray background|
|Theta Range||0 to 6.28 (2pi)|
|Default Zoom Factor||2.0|
Title, left, and right labels, and annotations are all cleared by default.
* Y ranges vary to provide a square aspect ratio; they are by default equal and opposite.
This provides a basic rectangular grid of decent size with the origin centered, a square aspect ratio (a 1x1 square on the grid really looks square), and a good resolution graph.
VIEWING THE SETTINGS
You can quickly see the settings of the on-off options by seeing if they are checked in the menus. You can also view or change most of the settings at once by opening the Settings dialog box from the Options menu. Preferences panel from the Graphmatica menu.