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Re: hiding blue lines in background

not the blue crosses. Not even the grid - i know this can be switched off. The Dia background is divided into rectangles marked by blue/black lines. This causes confusion with connectors drawn in black and blue. Is there someway the background can be made a plain white sheet?

Lars Clausen wrote:
Manoj Rajagopalan sagde:

Is this possible at all so that one can look at a 'preview' in which
these blue lines don't interfere with connectors?

You mean the little blue crosses at the connection points?  Those can be
turned off in View/Show Connection Points.  The blue lines used in the
bezier curves should not show when they're not selected.  Or are you
talking about something else?

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