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I am constructing a Pie chart with a background image (using the BkPicture

property), but the background image is not extending to the legend box

(LegendBoxObj). I have set the background of the legend box to transparent,

to no avail.

Is there a way of having the background image extend to the legend box?

Otherwise is it possible to set a background image under the legend box?

Thanks,

Michel

PS: I am using Chart FX Internet 5.5

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Yes if you make the Legend box position to be "Fixed" (by setting the

LegendBoxObj.Docked property to TGFP_FIXED), this will however require that

you position it manually so that it doesn't overlap the Pie chart. When a

Legend box is "fixed" it can be placed anywhere inside the chart area, so

you have to take your own provisions to accommodate it.

This is the only way that you can have the chart background image to "bleed"

into the legend box area.

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"Michel Sahyoun" <m.sahyoun@niteo.com> wrote in message

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>

> I am constructing a Pie chart with a background image (using the BkPicture

> property), but the background image is not extending to the legend box

> (LegendBoxObj). I have set the background of the legend box to

transparent,

> to no avail.

>

> Is there a way of having the background image extend to the legend box?

> Otherwise is it possible to set a background image under the legend box?

>

> Thanks,

>

> Michel

>

> PS: I am using Chart FX Internet 5.5

>

>

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