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Apply a marker shape to one point on a series


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Found how to do this using the PaintMarker event to obtain the DC then

calling the Win32 SDK paint functions, as in the sample provided. Not the

easiest feature of the software... There may well be a better way...?

"Duncan Smith" <dusmith@baracing.co.uk> wrote in message

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> I need to assign a marker shape to just one point on a series in a line

> graph, rather than to all points for that series. In Excel this was done

by

> creating a new series with only one XValue. I can't see how this is done

> from within Chart-FX. Can anyone help?

>

> Many thanks

>

> Duncan Smith

>

>

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At this moment we do not support per marker attributes. We will support this

in a future version of the product. In the meantime the only workaround

(ugly, I know) would be to fake a dummy series where all points but one are

HIDDEN and set the MarkerShape for this series.

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Regards,

JC

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"Duncan Smith" <dusmith@baracing.co.uk> wrote in message

news:o2hIEDVNBHA.1200@webserver1.softwarefx.com...

> I need to assign a marker shape to just one point on a series in a line

> graph, rather than to all points for that series. In Excel this was done

by

> creating a new series with only one XValue. I can't see how this is done

> from within Chart-FX. Can anyone help?

>

> Many thanks

>

> Duncan Smith

>

>

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