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RE: HELP WITH: Chart.DateFormat = "DMM-dd-yy hh:mm tt"

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That is a typo in our sample. You should replace the D with and X and as explained in the ChartFX API Reference help file under the Remarks tab.

chartfx1.Axis(AXIS_X).Format = "Xyyyy-MMM-dd hh:mm:ss"

Yes you can set the label on an angle as long as the font that you are using is a TrueType.

ChartfX1.axis(axis_x).labelangle = 75


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-----Original Message-----

From: Jon Olson [mailto:Jon_N_Olson@yahoo.com]

Posted At: Monday, January 08, 2001 4:11 PM

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Conversation: HELP WITH: Chart.DateFormat = "DMM-dd-yy hh:mm tt"

Subject: HELP WITH: Chart.DateFormat = "DMM-dd-yy hh:mm tt"

The following code is posted under the ASP Samples on the FX site, however,

it does NOT work. I can display the Date OR the Time, but when I try and

combine the two, as is written in a comment about the example, it does not

work. I first thought that maybe it need the 'T' infornt of the hh but it

does not. Chart.DateFormat = "DMM-dd-yy hh:mm tt" What it does is show:

"1/8/01 hh:mm tt" or "1/8/01 Thh:mm tt" if I added the 'T'. Does anyone

have this working or is this a known problem?

Also, can you change this to write the date and time at a 75-90 degree angle

from normal because it is so wide otherwise?




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