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  1. Hi all, I;ve been trying to get my ChartFX7 license to register in a Microsoft Powerpoint Add In Project (VSTO), but I've had 0 success. The licenses (as I've read online) only registers when the output of the project is in exe or dll form, in the case of this project, the output is .vsto, so I'm guessing it did not register. I've even tried referencing a dll that does the processing of ChartFX, clicking on the button that uses a ChartFX component still gives me a Can't Obtain Runtime License error. Anyone has any ideas on this? Much appreciated, thanks.
  2. Thanks for the prompt reply Steven! Finding it great so far! With your reply, it clears a lot of things we were not sure of. I guess we can start working with ChartFX8 now! Just another quick question, where if I were to export ChartFX8 charts, in whichever format, would it be possible to import it into, let's say, the mobile versions, or WPF, or even the jChartFX? Just wondering, or should I export it entirely different? I guess now is the time to start exploring and wait for the extensions! Can't wait to get my hands on them. Thanks again, Steven.
  3. Hi, Great to see that ChartFX 8 has finally gone live! A few things that we are wondering, and would be awesome if these can be answered. How compatible is the exported files from ChartFX7 in binary be compatible to the new one? I have tried using ChartFX8 to import the files but they dont seem to work, not even a message or exception. For ChartFX8, will I be able to use the exported files corss platformed? e.g. Saving a binary file in Winform, importing into Webforms. If so, will there be ay differences? I've tried using ChartFX7 and there are some inconsistencies. So far I have seen no downloadable Extensions for ChartFX8, such as Statistical and Financial or OLAP. Are they going to be released soon? Or am I missing the link? Thanks in advance, and looking forward to using ChartFX8! Seems great so far!
  4. Hi All, Would like to ask for help here, as I'm lost on this. I'm adding a Polynomial Regression line to my chart, with mutiple series on a scatter chart. When code is added, the polynomial regression line does show, but all in the same color, when I cahnge the color, the whole set of lines is that same color. I would like to make it so that each line is following that series' color. Sample code as below: Statistics statistics = new Statistics(); statistics.Chart = trendChart; for (int i = 0; i < trendChart.Series.Count; i++) { StudyPolynomialRegression regressionLine = new StudyPolynomialRegression(); regressionLine = new StudyPolynomialRegression(); regressionLine.Line.Color = trendChart.Series.Color; regressionLine.Visible = true; statistics.Studies.Add(regressionLine); }
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