Views and Panels

Meas. mode:
Scope
Eye
TDR

Waveform views, panning, and zoom

When multiple waveforms are displayed, use the waveform view buttons to display different display layouts. Waveforms can be displayed as overlapped, tiled, stacked, or zoom tiled.

Button View Button View
Overlapped
Tiled
Stacked
Zoom Tiled

Each content window includes up to six right-side toolbar buttons, depending on the type of displayed waveforms. The right-side toolbar buttons provide quick access to waveform settings and common tasks.

Button Description
Click to change the color of the selected waveform.
Displays a setup dialog box for scaling channel, differential channel, and memory waveforms.
Depending on the type of selected waveform, saves the waveform to a file:
  • Waveform file (.wfmx), Oscilloscope Mode with Minimum, Infinite, or Variable Waveform Persistense.
  • Pattern Waveform (.csv), Oscilloscope Mode with Minimum, Infinite, or Variable Waveform Persistense.
  • Color Grade-Gray Scale file (.cgsx), Eye and Jitter Mode. Oscilloscope mode with Color Grade or Gray Scale Waveform Persistense.
Saves a screen capture to a graphics file.
Waveform pan and zoom mouse/gesture control mode buttons. These buttons modify the waveform pan and zoom behavior. If FlexDCA is installed on a PC or 86100D display which has a capacitive touch display, you can select for these features to respond to touch gestures instead instead of a mouse using the Enable Multi-Touch setting in the Display Setup dialog box.
Drag over a waveform to zoom in on a selected area.
Reverses a previous waveform zoom. Multiple clicks undo a series of previous zoom actions.
Move the waveform in both the vertical and horizontal directions.
Move the waveform in only the horizontal directions.
Displays the Configure Waveform dialog box, which provides access to tracking markers and selections normally located in the Display Setup dialog box.