improve readability of plots (increase brightness and contrast)
Look at the 1st attachment.
I have to try to find the max/min in ndscope plot. Bearable but not good. I don't have to do that in dataviewer. That's because of color and brightness of the traces against the background. I'm talking about readability, not prettiness. It would help me greatly if you make the contrast of traces against the background larger (i.e. brighter traces against black or darker traces against white) in general. I prefer more saturated colors but that might be me.
On the ndscope plot, slate-bluish mean trend is not really bright enough against the black background. It's not crazy hard to see or anything, it's just that it's not particularly eye-friendly. However, max/min are really bad because of darker color, and dashed line doesn't help because it makes already dark traces even darker. Same color/brightness as the mean, but with dashed lines, would probably be an improvement but I have to see, and anyway my guess is that it won't completely solve the problem. It might help if "breaks" of the dashed line are much shorter. There might be other, prettier ways to make it easier for eyes.
On the dataviewer plot, all traces are OK, I look at the plot and see everything, I don't have to try anything.
In the 2nd attachment, ndscope is maybe somewhat improved by using black on white but not much. Similar problem, reversed bright/dark.
Just changing brightness/contrast of things would make it more bearable (3rd/4th attachment) but I don't know how to do that using ndscope.