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JohnNichols
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I stumbled across this defined variable for a plot location today from many years ago:

loc = b - iGH + blip + 55

So b is the general location to plot from the main calling routine and then iGH is the local fix to get it about right from the apparent math of drawing on a plot and then blip is a variable to get it exactly right and then 55 is the interesting bit to tweak it when I am to lazy to find and adjust blip. 

All perfectly logical. 

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