I have multiple frames on the paper and I don’t want frame borders in my export.
So I’ve turned off the option Show border in the dialog Frame>Edit Active Frame.
At the same time I’d like to see an outline for all invisible frame borders to get a better idea how these frames are positioned and overlap on the page in the 360 EX session.
This outline should not be exported or printed.
Tecplot 360 EX is able to draw dashed lines as an outline around these frames.
There are two ways to accomplish this:
$!INTERFACE SHOWFRAMEBORDERSWHENOFF = YES
$!MACROFUNCTION NAME = "* Show Invisible Frame Borders ON" $!INTERFACE SHOWFRAMEBORDERSWHENOFF = YES $!ENDMACROFUNCTION $!MACROFUNCTION NAME = "* Show Invisible Frame Borders OFF" $!INTERFACE SHOWFRAMEBORDERSWHENOFF = NO $!ENDMACROFUNCTION
These macro functions are accessible through the Quick Macro Panel (Scripting>Quick Macros).
The latter macro function allows to turn off invisible frame borders even if the statement is included in the tecplot.cfg file.