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22.1.3 Node Marking

Node marks are colored concentric circles around nodes. They are created by:

m -t <time> -n <mark name> -s <node> -c <color> -h <shape> -o <color>
and can be deleted by:
m -t <time> -n <mark name> -s <node> -X
Note that once created, a node mark cannot change its shape. The possible choices for shapes are, circle, square, and hexagon. They are defined as lower-case strings exactly as above. A nam trace showing node mark is:
m -t 4 -s 0 -n m1 -c blue -h circle
indicating node 0 is marked with a blue circle at time 4.0. The name of the mark is m1.