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   *(1) - calendar for selecting date/period of view   *(1) - calendar for selecting date/period of view
-  *(2) - Graph title+  *(2) - graph title
   *(3) - title of a register ( or its legend in the graph settings) and respective values in the selected point on the curve. Because with large time scale there can be more log data in a given pixel of the curve (which corresponds to one X-axis division formed as time span / graph area in pixels )  3 values are shown - minimal, average and maximal. When there are values in the log database for all points of curve in a given time scale, all three values will be the same ( and the curve will look "​pure"​). See more on this below.   *(3) - title of a register ( or its legend in the graph settings) and respective values in the selected point on the curve. Because with large time scale there can be more log data in a given pixel of the curve (which corresponds to one X-axis division formed as time span / graph area in pixels )  3 values are shown - minimal, average and maximal. When there are values in the log database for all points of curve in a given time scale, all three values will be the same ( and the curve will look "​pure"​). See more on this below.
   *(4) - semitransparent color draws a swing between min and max values ​​that the selected register took on a given plot section.   *(4) - semitransparent color draws a swing between min and max values ​​that the selected register took on a given plot section.
-  *(5) - Line of averaged values. ​+  *(5) - line of averaged values. ​
   *(6) - line of (almost) exact values. ​   *(6) - line of (almost) exact values. ​
   *(7) - viewport slider. You can move the viewport slider along the time axis, thus choosing the interval of interest with the same time scale   *(7) - viewport slider. You can move the viewport slider along the time axis, thus choosing the interval of interest with the same time scale

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