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  1. That seems to have fixed it. I had to remove and recreate the entry in the VS toolbox as well though Thanks
  2. I'm suddenly getting System.EntryPointNotFoundException on ChartAdornment when using the chartfx designer in VS2005. Nothing has changed as far as I know and I have been using ChartFX for years. Any idea what this might be?
  3. Thank you that seems to have fixed the problems
  4. I have tracked down one of the problems with the template. I did this by exporting the binary template as xml and then reimporting after removing tags one at a time. The problem is with a tag called CLUSTER. If this is removed the stacking problem is solved. We didn't set this tag specifically and we can force it off before binding if this will have no other effect. Please confirm. Perhaps you can fix this bug on the next SP With regard to exceptions etc this is still a problem. You can easily replicate it on the test app by adding three checkboxes - one each for series 0,1 and 2 and set
  5. Update on my previous post. While the latest service pack seems to have solved the problem of an easily repeatable exception when all of the series are hidden, this problem has been replaced with a more intermittent problem in that the application usually hangs with the following CLR message The CLR has been unable to transition from COM context 0x1a0568 to COM context 0x1a06d8 for 60 seconds. The thread that owns the destination context/apartment is most likely either doing a non pumping wait or processing a very long running operation without pumping Windows messages. This situation gene
  6. Attached is a small demo program which shows the issue. On load a standard default chart is displayed. Pressing button 1 will load an embedded template which was saved as a 3 series stacked bar with an XAxis date format. Pressing button 2 will create a small table of 5 rows and 5 columns comprising data matching the template but with an extra series. The table is bound to the chart and the extra series is set as a line series but hidden. Initially all looks well with the series stacked in the order of columns in the table with colours as per the template. The check box is then used to hi
  7. We are using a binary template to control the layout/appearance of a chart and are then binding the chart to a table for the data. If the table contains more series than the templates a number of strange things happen ChartFX raises an exception when the last of the series is made not visible If the chart is a mixture of bar and line the lines do not overlay the bars even though these are later in the series (ie data columns) When a non stacked series is made non visible the order of stacking of other series changes None of these problems occur if the template is not used. Is
  8. Have you received this file - any progress on the analysis?
  9. Enclosed is small file with 6 consecutive months and MMM custom format. It produces labels of Apr,Apr,May,Jun,Jul,Blank alough the data editor show correct labels
  10. It depends what you mean by step size. Each point is marked as eg the first day on consecutive months. For example 1 Jul 2006, 1 Aug 2006 etc. The problem occurs even with 3 consecutive months. I added the other formats as suggested but it made no difference. I thought the custom format had defaults - in any case it surely shouldn't duplicate or skip labels. Perhaps you are counting the days between points rather than the month from the calendar?
  11. I'm using SQL to drive a chart with a date for the x axis using intelligent labelling but I need to have some control over the format using CustomFormat. If I set this eg to dd-MMM;MMM and produce rows with dates of 1st of each month the labels are incorrect when the chart is resized. At small widths the labels are correct but at larger widths the first label is duplicated and the last is missing. This can be improved by passing dates of eg 15th of each month but the labels are often incorrect. How can this be solved?
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