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  1. -This case is been solved via Techical Support-
  2. Sorry Chart FX does not have any Bar Code component. Is your error regarding Chart FX? "Input stringwas not in a correct format" seems more like an issue with C# syntax since it is not for sure a Chart FX proprietary error message...<?xml:namespace prefix = o ns = "urn:schemas-microsoft-com:office:office" />
  3. PDyer

    Charts available

    I'll update this post as most current information is handled to me, but currently there are not immediate plans for supporting Surface Charts for the first release. However, it may change as the first version of ChartFX for WPF is released... and perhaps Stats, Maps, and Financial will follow.In regards HeatMap it has been in our wish list for some time now, but other more in-demand ideas have been taking priority. But off course, I will convey your inquire.
  4. CMYK is not supported, but this link can help: http://www.codeproject.com/KB/applications/xcmyk.aspx
  5. PDyer

    Pricing question

    You may send an email to Sales (SalesAtSoftwarefx.com), they could answer your question better that I can, perhaps they are running an special...Actually they do! http://www.softwarefx.com//regionalpromotions/landing.aspx/?sPromotionCode=WMPDEAL08 <?xml:namespace prefix = o ns = "urn:schemas-microsoft-com:office:office" /> If you want to migrate to more affordable platform as .NET, there is always a free version for Winforms and a very inexpensive version for .NET webforms ($149)
  6. Hello,Please keep in mind that Chart FX Gauges and Grid FX are two of our products, in the case of GridFX it can contain Chart FX Gauges to display data by simply format one of its cells as a Gauge. Therefore when you need to modify a Gauge you really should use Chart FX Gauge API and not GridFX API. To make it more clear ... 1) Due to the fact that radialGauge1.Scales[0].Sections is the same as radialGauge1.MainScale.Sections[0], really this code:radialGauge1.MainScale.Sections[0].Min = Convert.ToDouble(NewMin.text);radialGauge1.MainScale.Sections[0].Max = Convert.ToDouble(NewMax.text);is the same as this:section1.Max = 25; section1.Min = 0; Therefore it comes after each color section:section1.Bar.Color = Color .Red; 2) By default you have always one scale, therefore if you do:radialGauge1.Scales[0].Sections.AddRange( new Section [] { section1, section2, section3, section4}); The following code will allow you to tide a Gauge to a Grid. GridFX.WebForms.NumberField numField = (GridFX.WebForms.NumberField)Grid1.DataFields["rating"];// Let's show a Horizontal GaugeChartFX.WebForms.Gauge.HorizontalGauge Gauge1 = (ChartFX.WebForms.Gauge.HorizontalGauge)numField.Format.Gauge;// Let's create a LineraScale objectChartFX.WebForms.Gauge.LinearScale linearScale1 = (ChartFX.WebForms.Gauge.LinearScale)Gauge1.Scales[0];linearScale1.Max = 5d;linearScale1.Min = 1d;// Let's format the gauge with all previously customized attributes (Section/Indicator/needle/RadialScale)numField.Format.Gauge = Gauge1; For more information you may open the RealState Sample provided with GridFX which contains more code sample.
  7. Hello, Seems further test is required to solve this issue. Please send an email to Support @ SoftwareFX.com along with your code. Please include your serial number as well.
  8. I have not tried a drilldown (link) for the legendbox but I know the following code works for Series, Points, Axes, Stripes, Titles, and Constant Lines. chart1.Titles.Add(new TitleDockable("My Title")); chart1.Titles[0].Link.Url = "www.SoftwareFX.com"; chart1.Titles[0].Link.Target = "_blank"; Perhaps you could try Points[0].Link.Url. Also there is a full working VS2005 sample in the resource center called Launch "File System DrillDown" Application, Do a search by "DrillDown" and you will find it.
  9. This is not supported by Chart FX, however, a work around could be: Chart1.Legend(0) = "Some text " + Envronment.newLine + "Some text" or if you are using series legends do: Chart1.SerLeg(0) = "Some text " + Envronment.newLine + "Some text"
  10. There is a full article about Passing Data using XML in the Resource Center installed by ChartFX. There you will learn the right format of your XML file. Also, there is a full working VS2005 sample called "Launch "Passing Data using XML" Application" A compatible Chart FX XML code will looks like this: <?xml version=
  11. You should use: Chart1.BorderObject.Type = BorderType_None If it does not work, you may add the ChartFX.Borders.dll assembly as a reference in your project.
  12. I am afraid I don't follow your inquire. I am not aware of tabidex on Chart FX hotspots...Could you please be more specific about what you want to accomplish? I Google "HotSpots tabindex" and I found this: http://dsrg.mff.cuni.cz/projects/mono/diffs/showdiff.php?old=2006-10-03&new=2006-10-04&fileIndex=4&bench= I wonder if this something related to what you need.
  13. This Installation questions is supported via our Technical Support program. Please contact us via Support@Softwarefxcom and we will follow up with instructions on how to solve this issue. Thanks.
  14. Please keep in mind that what you see in a report is an actual image and no runtime controls where events can be accessed. This is not a restriction imposed by Chart FX by rather by Reporting Services. All the features should be set using Smart Tags at design time.
  15. PDyer

    Auto Refresh!

    Chart FX exposes a method called .Refresh(); However, it has to be triggered by an event due to the fact that .Refresh(); does not contain a built in trigger itself. On the other hand if you are using a Real time chart, you may create a timer that performs a Chart update every 4 minutes.
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