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I have three series.  It's on a combination chart where 2 series are stacked 

area and the third is a line.

The 2 series are on the secondary y-axis, and the 3rd is the primary. The

total of the 2 stackeds are going above the max line.

The total is around 35,700. The last y-axis point is 30,000 with an

intermediate line set at 32,000. The graph clearly goes off the chart.

This should not be the case.

Again, I re-iterate that expressions should be allowed for max and min.

-Lori

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I have three series.  It's on a combination chart where 2 series are stacked 

area and the third is a line.

The 2 series are on the secondary y-axis, and the 3rd is the primary. The

total of the 2 stackeds are going above the max line.

The total is around 35,700. The last y-axis point is 30,000 with an

intermediate line set at 32,000. The graph clearly goes off the chart.

This should not be the case.

Again, I re-iterate that expressions should be allowed for max and min.

-Lori

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Hello?

I've attached a picture. The actual max amount for the left side axis is

35,742.

Why is it being chopped off. I have other stacked area graphs that do this

correctly.

"Lori Adams" <ladams@cloudmark.com> wrote in message

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>I have three series. It's on a combination chart where 2 series are

>stacked

> area and the third is a line.

>

> The 2 series are on the secondary y-axis, and the 3rd is the primary. The

> total of the 2 stackeds are going above the max line.

>

> The total is around 35,700. The last y-axis point is 30,000 with an

> intermediate line set at 32,000. The graph clearly goes off the chart.

> This should not be the case.

>

> Again, I re-iterate that expressions should be allowed for max and min.

>

> -Lori

>

>

>

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Hello?

I've attached a picture. The actual max amount for the left side axis is

35,742.

Why is it being chopped off. I have other stacked area graphs that do this

correctly.

"Lori Adams" <ladams@cloudmark.com> wrote in message

news:GpLOvz6mGHA.304@webserver3.softwarefx.com...

>I have three series. It's on a combination chart where 2 series are

>stacked

> area and the third is a line.

>

> The 2 series are on the secondary y-axis, and the 3rd is the primary. The

> total of the 2 stackeds are going above the max line.

>

> The total is around 35,700. The last y-axis point is 30,000 with an

> intermediate line set at 32,000. The graph clearly goes off the chart.

> This should not be the case.

>

> Again, I re-iterate that expressions should be allowed for max and min.

>

> -Lori

>

>

>

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Stacked charts plot the accumulated value of all stacked series. It seems 

that in this case the value is greater than the Y-Axis max.

Are you setting the Y-Axis Max manually ? Please turn on the DataGrid

(DataGrid.Visible) and attach the picture of it, I need to know the values

for each of the points being clipped.

Also, I see you have a secondary Y-Axis. Make sure both sacked series are

attached to the same Y-Axis.

--

Francisco Padron

www.chartfx.com

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Stacked charts plot the accumulated value of all stacked series. It seems 

that in this case the value is greater than the Y-Axis max.

Are you setting the Y-Axis Max manually ? Please turn on the DataGrid

(DataGrid.Visible) and attach the picture of it, I need to know the values

for each of the points being clipped.

Also, I see you have a secondary Y-Axis. Make sure both sacked series are

attached to the same Y-Axis.

--

Francisco Padron

www.chartfx.com

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They are attached to the same y-axis.  The line graph is attached to the

right hand y-axis.

Attached is a picture of the chart with and without the second axis. I've

also include the properties for the 2nd chart.

No, the max is not being set manually (see picture).

Thanks

-Lori

"SoftwareFX Support" <noreply@softwarefx.com> wrote in message

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> Stacked charts plot the accumulated value of all stacked series. It seems

> that in this case the value is greater than the Y-Axis max.

>

> Are you setting the Y-Axis Max manually ? Please turn on the DataGrid

> (DataGrid.Visible) and attach the picture of it, I need to know the values

> for each of the points being clipped.

>

> Also, I see you have a secondary Y-Axis. Make sure both sacked series are

> attached to the same Y-Axis.

>

> --

> Francisco Padron

> www.chartfx.com

>

>

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They are attached to the same y-axis.  The line graph is attached to the

right hand y-axis.

Attached is a picture of the chart with and without the second axis. I've

also include the properties for the 2nd chart.

No, the max is not being set manually (see picture).

Thanks

-Lori

"SoftwareFX Support" <noreply@softwarefx.com> wrote in message

news:Iundd$GnGHA.2336@webserver3.softwarefx.com...

> Stacked charts plot the accumulated value of all stacked series. It seems

> that in this case the value is greater than the Y-Axis max.

>

> Are you setting the Y-Axis Max manually ? Please turn on the DataGrid

> (DataGrid.Visible) and attach the picture of it, I need to know the values

> for each of the points being clipped.

>

> Also, I see you have a secondary Y-Axis. Make sure both sacked series are

> attached to the same Y-Axis.

>

> --

> Francisco Padron

> www.chartfx.com

>

>

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Does anyone have any ideas?

"Lori Adams" <ladams@cloudmark.com> wrote in message

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> They are attached to the same y-axis. The line graph is attached to the

> right hand y-axis.

>

> Attached is a picture of the chart with and without the second axis. I've

> also include the properties for the 2nd chart.

>

> No, the max is not being set manually (see picture).

>

> Thanks

> -Lori

>

>

> "SoftwareFX Support" <noreply@softwarefx.com> wrote in message

> news:Iundd$GnGHA.2336@webserver3.softwarefx.com...

>> Stacked charts plot the accumulated value of all stacked series. It seems

>> that in this case the value is greater than the Y-Axis max.

>>

>> Are you setting the Y-Axis Max manually ? Please turn on the DataGrid

>> (DataGrid.Visible) and attach the picture of it, I need to know the

>> values

>> for each of the points being clipped.

>>

>> Also, I see you have a secondary Y-Axis. Make sure both sacked series are

>> attached to the same Y-Axis.

>>

>> --

>> Francisco Padron

>> www.chartfx.com

>>

>>

>

>

>

>

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Does anyone have any ideas?

"Lori Adams" <ladams@cloudmark.com> wrote in message

news:d3lqmoHnGHA.2336@webserver3.softwarefx.com...

> They are attached to the same y-axis. The line graph is attached to the

> right hand y-axis.

>

> Attached is a picture of the chart with and without the second axis. I've

> also include the properties for the 2nd chart.

>

> No, the max is not being set manually (see picture).

>

> Thanks

> -Lori

>

>

> "SoftwareFX Support" <noreply@softwarefx.com> wrote in message

> news:Iundd$GnGHA.2336@webserver3.softwarefx.com...

>> Stacked charts plot the accumulated value of all stacked series. It seems

>> that in this case the value is greater than the Y-Axis max.

>>

>> Are you setting the Y-Axis Max manually ? Please turn on the DataGrid

>> (DataGrid.Visible) and attach the picture of it, I need to know the

>> values

>> for each of the points being clipped.

>>

>> Also, I see you have a secondary Y-Axis. Make sure both sacked series are

>> attached to the same Y-Axis.

>>

>> --

>> Francisco Padron

>> www.chartfx.com

>>

>>

>

>

>

>

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Has it been determined if this is a bug?  It's been awhile since I've heard 

back.

-Lori

"Lori Adams" <ladams@cloudmark.com> wrote in message

news:e8HykrGoGHA.524@webserver3.softwarefx.com...

> Does anyone have any ideas?

>

>

>

> "Lori Adams" <ladams@cloudmark.com> wrote in message

> news:d3lqmoHnGHA.2336@webserver3.softwarefx.com...

>> They are attached to the same y-axis. The line graph is attached to the

>> right hand y-axis.

>>

>> Attached is a picture of the chart with and without the second axis.

>> I've

>> also include the properties for the 2nd chart.

>>

>> No, the max is not being set manually (see picture).

>>

>> Thanks

>> -Lori

>>

>>

>> "SoftwareFX Support" <noreply@softwarefx.com> wrote in message

>> news:Iundd$GnGHA.2336@webserver3.softwarefx.com...

>>> Stacked charts plot the accumulated value of all stacked series. It

>>> seems

>>> that in this case the value is greater than the Y-Axis max.

>>>

>>> Are you setting the Y-Axis Max manually ? Please turn on the DataGrid

>>> (DataGrid.Visible) and attach the picture of it, I need to know the

>>> values

>>> for each of the points being clipped.

>>>

>>> Also, I see you have a secondary Y-Axis. Make sure both sacked series

>>> are

>>> attached to the same Y-Axis.

>>>

>>> --

>>> Francisco Padron

>>> www.chartfx.com

>>>

>>>

>>

>>

>>

>>

>

>

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Has it been determined if this is a bug?  It's been awhile since I've heard 

back.

-Lori

"Lori Adams" <ladams@cloudmark.com> wrote in message

news:e8HykrGoGHA.524@webserver3.softwarefx.com...

> Does anyone have any ideas?

>

>

>

> "Lori Adams" <ladams@cloudmark.com> wrote in message

> news:d3lqmoHnGHA.2336@webserver3.softwarefx.com...

>> They are attached to the same y-axis. The line graph is attached to the

>> right hand y-axis.

>>

>> Attached is a picture of the chart with and without the second axis.

>> I've

>> also include the properties for the 2nd chart.

>>

>> No, the max is not being set manually (see picture).

>>

>> Thanks

>> -Lori

>>

>>

>> "SoftwareFX Support" <noreply@softwarefx.com> wrote in message

>> news:Iundd$GnGHA.2336@webserver3.softwarefx.com...

>>> Stacked charts plot the accumulated value of all stacked series. It

>>> seems

>>> that in this case the value is greater than the Y-Axis max.

>>>

>>> Are you setting the Y-Axis Max manually ? Please turn on the DataGrid

>>> (DataGrid.Visible) and attach the picture of it, I need to know the

>>> values

>>> for each of the points being clipped.

>>>

>>> Also, I see you have a secondary Y-Axis. Make sure both sacked series

>>> are

>>> attached to the same Y-Axis.

>>>

>>> --

>>> Francisco Padron

>>> www.chartfx.com

>>>

>>>

>>

>>

>>

>>

>

>

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We have been unable to reproduce this problem, I tried putting the same data 

you have for the first 5 points and I do not get any values clipped, my Max

value gets calculated as 36,000.

I am setting:

AllSeries.Stacked = Normal;

Then I am assigning Series 1 and 2 to the Main Y-Axis and Series 3 to the

secondary Y-Axis using the Wizard.

--

Francisco Padron

www.chartfx.com

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We have been unable to reproduce this problem, I tried putting the same data 

you have for the first 5 points and I do not get any values clipped, my Max

value gets calculated as 36,000.

I am setting:

AllSeries.Stacked = Normal;

Then I am assigning Series 1 and 2 to the Main Y-Axis and Series 3 to the

secondary Y-Axis using the Wizard.

--

Francisco Padron

www.chartfx.com

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Attached is an image of what I get:

Can you reproduce this in a report with local data ? If so please attach the

report file to your posting, otherwise contact Software FX Support.

--

Francisco Padron

www.chartfx.com

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Attached is an image of what I get:

Can you reproduce this in a report with local data ? If so please attach the

report file to your posting, otherwise contact Software FX Support.

--

Francisco Padron

www.chartfx.com

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