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  1. Perhaps this is where my problem is stemming from. When I installed the extension trial, I navigated to the Help & Samples within ChartFX for .NET 6.2: C:\Program Files\ChartFX for .NET 6.2\Help & Samples\Samples\Maps I only found a Window Forms example, so I looked at that and made modifications to it to work with Web Forms. The object I am using is protected SoftwareFX.ChartFX.Map.Server.Map mapItem; It seems that this is wrong? Perhaps before I create a sample project, perhaps you have a better map sample for me to look at, one that uses the Chartfx object inst
  2. I really don't do much in the aspx page, all of my customizing is done in the code behind. < Map : Map id="mapItem" runat="server" MainClient="True" Visible="false" / >
  3. Hi Frank. I already thought of this and spent a lot of time trying to see if either I was doing it somehow, or if I needed to turn off some default, but have not been able to find anything. Here my binding method. If you could peruse it and see if anything jumps out at you, that would be fantastic. My company has currently purchased ChartFX 6.2 for .net and they are holding off purchasing the extensions package until we know that we can do everything we want without any issues. Thanks again. Liz public void BindPage() { string mapSource = "C:\\Program Files\\ChartFX for .NET 6.2\\Ext
  4. I've been working with a pretty simple map. It is the World Countries SVG. I pass a number in for certain countries and using ConditionalAttributes, it displays the countries in different colors depending on where the number for the country falls in the conditional ranges. When the user legend is generated, it looks fine. My issue is that each legend item is clickable and I don't want it to be. When you click on it, it seems to perform a postback. As I don't have any function at this time for that postback to perform, I don't want them to be clickable at all. I have scoured the docu
  5. I finally figured this out on my own. I didn't realize you set the label the same way you do with a chart: map1.AxisX.Label[0] = "Africa"; It wasn't obvious to me that the axis was still something you used in the map object. Thanks to anyone who might have looked into this.
  6. Hello, I'm using the trial version of the ChartFX and Map extensions for a project for my company. We are using it to evaluate if it will meet our needs and the needs of our clients. We manipulate the data before binding to the charts, which is why for what we are doing, using the API is the best option for setting the data. I'm having a difficult time finding good examples of how the map extension is used and of the couple that I did find, they use txt files for the data source. I am using the .net 6.2 software, Visual Studio, c#. I attempted using the following code, for example, to do
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