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About maried

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  1. Please try right-clicking on the installer and select 'Run as administrator' option. If this doesn't work, please send an email to support@softwarefx.com In the email, include the screenshot of what you're getting. If any errors, include a screenshot of the error. Also, include the license number in the email.
  2. As you sent email to our support team about this issue, please check the support incident which you created. Make sure you have the latest service pack of Chartfx 7 installed.
  3. You can set the Tag string of the Point with the value 0.00, and set the PointLabelMask as: Chart1.Point[2].Tag = "not available"; Chart1.PointLabelMask = "%L";For points with non-zero values, you can display the value (%v).
  4. I can't replicate the issue. After changing a chart with long x-axis labels to a chart with short x-axis labels, the chart drawing area is recalculated again. Please try the following: chart1.UpdateSizeNow(); // call this after assigning the x-axis labels Also, make sure you have the latest service pack of Chartfx 7 installed. http://support.softwarefx.com/ProductBase.aspx?Product=CfxNet70
  5. This is a duplicate forum case. The same issue is handled in another thread.
  6. For the stacked bar chart, try setting the LineAlignment for the PointLabels to be different for the series. For example, say there are 3 series in the chart: Chart1.Series[0].PointLabels.LineAlignment = System.Drawing.StringAlignment.Center; Chart1.Series[1].PointLabels.LineAlignment = System.Drawing. StringAlignment.Far;Chart1.Series[2].PointLabels.LineAlignment = System.Drawing. StringAlignment.Near;This will display the pointlabels at different positions for the stacked series. For pie chart, this is expected behavior if the pointlabels are too long. Try displaying the PointLabels in 2
  7. You can remove the gallery command from toolbar, context menu and series context menu. Here is the code: chart1.ToolBar.RemoveAt(4); // removes gallery command from toolbar chart1.Commands[(int)CommandId.ContextMenuSeries].SubCommands.RemoveAt(0); // removes gallery command from series context menu chart1.Commands[ CommandId.ContextMenuBack].SubCommands.RemoveAt(4); // removes gallery command from context menu
  8. I have seen this issue reported by few customers but I haven't been able to replicate the issue. You're probably rendering the chart as Image. Please try setting the RenderFormat of Chart to .NET. Chart1.RenderFormat = ".NET";Also, make sure you have the latest service pack of Chartfx 7 installed.
  9. I cannot replicate the issue. In a windows form application, after adding the chart and statistical extension to the chart, chart.Export and chart.Import work fine. Please make sure you're using the latest service pack of Chartfx .NET 6.2: http://support.softwarefx.com/ProductBase.aspx?Product=CfxNet62 Also, you can try doing a Chart.Export and then Chart.Import and check if that works.
  10. To show say 2 decimal places in the datagrid, please do the following: chart1.AxisY.DataFormat.Decimals = 2;
  11. Do you have the latest version of Chartfx installed? Please make sure you have the latest service pack installed. Here is the link: http://support.softwarefx.com/ProductBase.aspx?Product=CfxNet70
  12. You can remove the last series from a chart. Try the following: chart1.Data.Series--; You can hide the axes by setting the Visible property to false. This will hide the axes along with the axes gridlines.chart1.AxisY.Visible = false; chart1.AxisX.Visible = false; ListProviderProject.zip
  13. If you pass each Forum as a series to the chart (not sure whether you pass each forum as series or point), then you can hide the series in the legend as:LegendItemAttributes lia = new LegendItemAttributes(); chart1.LegendBox.ItemAttributes[chart1.Series, 1] = lia; // this hides series with index 1 in the legendbox lia.Visible = false;When no data is passed to the chart, the message 'No data available' will be automatically displayed. For example, if you do chart1.Data.Clear(); this will display the message in place of the chart.
  14. This post is being handled by support team. For any further qeustions in regards to this issue, please use the support incident to reply. Thank you.
  15. This issue has to do with the manual activation process during installation of the product when internet connection is not available. The issue was resolved by emailing support.
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