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(drop list) - (no tooltip help yet)>> History (button) - (no tooltip help yet)Lissajous Pattern for Notes Played (Ctrl + 137) - (no tooltip help yet)Suggest File Name... (button) - (no tooltip help yet)Auto suggest file name (check box) - (no tooltip help yet)Lissajous Colours and Line Options (Ctrl + 198) - (no tooltip help yet)Open... (button) - (no tooltip help yet)Save As... (button) - (no tooltip help yet)Add title (check box) - (no tooltip help yet)Show number of turns drawn (check box) - (no tooltip help yet)Show: (drop list) - (no tooltip help yet)Whole number freq. (radio button) - (no tooltip help yet)Ratios unreduced or row: col (if just played) (radio button) - (no tooltip help yet)Current notation - ratios, note name etc. (radio button) - (no tooltip help yet)Keep pattern for most notes when keys are released (check box) - (no tooltip help yet)Redraw with more time (button) - (no tooltip help yet)Make a Lissajous Chord Sound Clip (Ctrl + 199) - (no tooltip help yet)Copy to clipboard as (bitmap) picture of size (button) - (no tooltip help yet)Most » (button) - (No tooltip help yet)Tool tip help - F1Organise Windows - F2Other Dialog Star - (No tooltip help yet)For chords of more than 2 notes: show alternately horizontally and vertically in order played - so you get different patterns depend on the order you play the notes (check box) - (no tooltip help yet)Intervals from 1/1 (radio button) - (no tooltip help yet)Intervals from lowest note in chord (radio button) - (no tooltip help yet)Width (editable) - (no tooltip help yet)Width (spin) - (no tooltip help yet)Height (editable) - (no tooltip help yet)Height (spin) - (no tooltip help yet)Show pan amount in title (check box) - (no tooltip help yet)Use data file in "My Documents" folder to synchronize with Lissajous 3D (check box) - (no tooltip help yet)Don't auto detect Lissajous 3D - just share the data anyway (check box) - (no tooltip help yet)
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For chords of more than 2 notes: show alternately horizontally and vertically in order played - so you get different patterns depend on the order you play the notes (check box) - (no tooltip help yet)For chords of more than 2 notes: show alternately horizontally and vertically in order played - so you get different patterns depend on the order you play the notes (drop list) - (no tooltip help yet)>> History (button) - (no tooltip help yet)Lissajous Pattern for Notes Played (Ctrl + 137) - (no tooltip help yet)Suggest File Name... (button) - (no tooltip help yet)Lissajous Colours and Line Options (Ctrl + 198) - (no tooltip help yet)Open... (button) - (no tooltip help yet)Save As... (button) - (no tooltip help yet)Add title (check box) - (no tooltip help yet)As intervals from 1/1 (radio button) - (no tooltip help yet)As intervals from lowest note in chord (radio button) - (no tooltip help yet)Show whole number freq. (radio button) - (no tooltip help yet)Show ratios unreduced or row: col (if just played) (radio button) - (no tooltip help yet)Show Other - e.g. reduced ratios, note name etc. (radio button) - (no tooltip help yet)On screen keyboards - To Show, sustain, sostenuto,  and controller (Ctrl + 123) - (no tooltip help yet)Show number of turns drawn (check box) - (no tooltip help yet)Make a Lissajous Chord Sound Clip (Ctrl + 199) - (no tooltip help yet)Keep pattern for most notes when keys are released (check box) - (no tooltip help yet)New Formula (check box) - (no tooltip help yet)New Formula (editable) - (no tooltip help yet)Formula is for quarter wave (check box) - (no tooltip help yet)x - square shapes (button) - (no tooltip help yet)sin(sin(x)) - rounded square shapes (button) - (no tooltip help yet)Calculator (Ctrl + 81) - (no tooltip help yet)Redraw with more time (button) - (no tooltip help yet)Copy to clipboard as (bitmap) picture of size (button) - (no tooltip help yet)Width (editable) - (no tooltip help yet)Width (spin) - (no tooltip help yet)Height (editable) - (no tooltip help yet)Height (spin) - (no tooltip help yet)Less « (button) - (No tooltip help yet)Last at end (check box) - (no tooltip help yet)AutoSug. (check box) - (no tooltip help yet)Tool tip help - F1Organise Windows - F2Other Dialog Star - (No tooltip help yet)Horiz. & vert. only (radio button) - (no tooltip help yet)Axes spread over (radio button) - (no tooltip help yet)Axes spread so last axis is at (radio button) - (no tooltip help yet)Axes spread so last axis is at (editable) - (no tooltip help yet)deg. (editable) - (no tooltip help yet)Axis direction depends on stereo pan values played (radio button) - (no tooltip help yet)
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Lissajous Pattern Options

Lissajous Pattern for Notes Played (Ctrl + 137)

Lissajous Colours and Line Options (Ctrl + 198)

On screen keyboards - To Show, sustain, sostenuto, and controller (Ctrl + 123)

Make a Lissajous Chord Sound Clip (Ctrl + 199)

Calculator (Ctrl + 81)

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Controls Common to Many Windows

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