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FrameStyle

FrameStyle
is an option for Graphics, Grid, and other constructs that specifies the style in which to draw frames.
  • FrameStyle->style specifies that all edges of the frame are to be generated with the specified style or graphics directive.
  • FrameStyle specifies that different sides of a graphics frame should be drawn with different styles.
Specify overall frame style, including the frame, frame ticks, and the frame tick labels:
Specify the frame style of a grid:
Specify the style of each frame edge:
Specify overall frame style, including the frame, frame ticks, and the frame tick labels:
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Specify the frame style of a grid:
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Specify the style of each frame edge:
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Styles associated with lines affect frame edges and frame ticks:
Styles associated with fonts affect frame tick labels:
Styles can be combined by Directive:
Use Item to specify the styles for individual elements in the grid:
FrameStyle affects frame, frame ticks, and frame tick labels:
LabelStyle offers overall style of all the label-like elements, including frame tick labels:
FrameStyle can be used together with LabelStyle and has higher priority:
FrameTicksStyle affects frame ticks and frame tick labels, but nothing else:
FrameStyle can be used together with FrameTicksStyle, but has lower priority:
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