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  2. Hi, We currently run ChartFX Java as embedded as part of a service hosted on static EC2 instances in our AWS environments. Ideally we'd like to transition these to behave like the rest or our architecture which runs as as set of immutable services, such that when we deploy a new version we just tear down the old instance and replace it with the new one as part of the pipeline, however with the SoftwareFX license and activation model I can't see how we can achieve this. Does anyone have any experience of doing this? I guess the same issues would apply to running it in a contai
  3. You can change the colors used by the boxplot, provided that you execute this code after the data has been passed to the chart and the chart has been set to use boxplot int index = stats.Gallery.BoxPlot.ShowOutliers ? 2 : 1; chart1.Series[index + 1].Color = Color.LightGray; chart1.Series[index + 1].Border.Color = Color.Black; chart1.Series[index + 2].Color = Color.LightGray; chart1.Series[index + 2].Border.Color = Color.Black; chart1.Series[index].Color = Color.Black; chart1.Series[index+3].Col
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    ChartFX 8 boxplot colors.

    I am having trouble with the boxplot graphic colors. The monochrome flag doesn't seem to do anything and there is no way to change the colors outside of selecting a different palette. The plots are way too colorful for my audience. Any help would be appreciated.
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    vb6.0 turn off

    Hello I reinstalled ChartFX6.2 ServerClient and in VB6.0 When I try to use it, VB6.0 exits without a message. I need to modify the program, but I can't work. My PC environment is Windows10 64-bit. vb6.0 What should I do?
  6. This sets all series to be painted as lines, even if before in the code you are setting a specific series to be painted as a different gallery chart1.AllSeries.Gallery = Gallery.Lines; -- This sets a specific gallery to be painted as curves, it will overwrite previous assignments to AllSeries.Gallery for this particular series chart1.Series[someIndex].Gallery = Gallery.Curve; -- This means if you want all but one of the series to be painted as Bars and the remaining one as Lines, you should first set AllSeries and then the specific series. Regards,
  7. hi Juan. thanks for your answer. It is a very large application and difficult to replicate. This next screen is the same data presented by a previous compilation of the source code. Note: No source lines for the graphic parts have been changed. But inexplicably the lines started to appear without interpolation following a zero order holder pattern. what property controls this? I tried using this. chart1.Series.Gallery = Gallery.Lines;
  8. In order to find out if you are doing something wrong or if there is a bug in our code we will need a repro case. Regards, JuanC
  9. My application creates the graphics curves in the same way but some curves have steps and others show interpolated curves. How do I eliminate these steps and make all curves continuous. ?
  10. Thanks! Yes, was just coming to post that we solved it that way. Thanks a lot for answering. Diego
  11. If you know for sure your clients all use Internet Explorer I would recommend setting the third parameter in the GetHtmlTag call to "ActiveX" The detection process use some extra files that could be different in both servers, note that we use the UserAgent sent by the browser so it is also possible that newer browsers are not being detected (in both servers) as capable of rendering ActiveX controls. Regards, JuanC
  12. Hello, so we've migrated from an old server to a windows 2012.... There is an old asp file that generates a graph... it has <%=Chart1.GetHtmlTag(Session("GraphWidth"), Session("GraphHeight"), , "Chart1") %> In the new server, that generates the following code which shows a static graf, with a button that doesn't do anything. <img src="/cfxtemp/CFT0803_1019443B9.jpg" width="600" height="420"> While in the old server, it the same code generates <OBJECT CLASSID="CLSID:21F49842-BFA9-11d2-A89C-00104B62BDDA" TYPE="application/x-oleobject" WIDTH="600" HEIGHT="4
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