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Attached is an image illustrating the problem I'm having. When I have a

value of 0 for my chart, the label point alignment is below the Y axis and

covers the series name. Any suggestions on how to either add carriage

returns to my series labels ("2003-Quarter1" or "Last 4 Quarters") or remove

to "0.0" from the graph.

Any help is appreciated.

thanks,

Scott Jucovics

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Hello,

In this particular version of ChartFX you can access the pointlabels through

client side script to change them (in this case just to make it go way would

be the best answer) if you are using the ActiveX component on the client

rather than generating an image or using the Netscape plug-in since neither

of these outputs support client side scripting. Here is a small sample from

our support web site that demonstrates how to get access to the pointlabels

through our GetPointLabel event.

http://support.softwarefx.com/Samples/CfxIE/activex/GetPointLabel.asp

In our .Net version of ChartFX and our soon to be released Java version you

can access many different properties of each marker on the graph including

the pointlabel through server side properties which would allow you solve

this issue for images as well.

JT

Software FX

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> Attached is an image illustrating the problem I'm having. When I have a

> value of 0 for my chart, the label point alignment is below the Y axis and

> covers the series name. Any suggestions on how to either add carriage

> returns to my series labels ("2003-Quarter1" or "Last 4 Quarters") or

remove

> to "0.0" from the graph.

>

> Any help is appreciated.

>

> thanks,

>

> Scott Jucovics

>

>

>

>

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