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The GetTip event occurs in the client.

Any code that captures or handles this event should be written in the client

ONLY if the ActiveX client component is being used.

Simply capture the GetTip event using Java Script (or VB Script) and follow

the instructions in the docs. For example:

<SCRIPT LANGUAGE="JavaScript" FOR="Chart1" EVENT="GetTip(nHit, nSerie,

nPoint, nRes)">

Chart1.HText= "My ToolTip"

Chart1.ReturnValue = 1

</SCRIPT>

There is a few samples of capturing events in our support site under the

"ActiveX" section.

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Software FX, Inc.

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Thanks for the help, that answers my question perfectly.  I have one other

question though. I'm using a scatter plot graph where I simply specify xy

values to plot my points. Is there any way to associate extra data with

points? Or at least some way to uniquely identify a point using data other

than whats contained in the xy values? I have a situation where I need to

display a persons name in a tooltip when they hover over a point on the

chart. The persons name is neither the x or y value on the chart.

Thanks!

"SoftwareFX Support" <support@softwarefx.com> wrote in message

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> The GetTip event occurs in the client.

>

> Any code that captures or handles this event should be written in the

client

> ONLY if the ActiveX client component is being used.

>

> Simply capture the GetTip event using Java Script (or VB Script) and

follow

> the instructions in the docs. For example:

>

> <SCRIPT LANGUAGE="JavaScript" FOR="Chart1" EVENT="GetTip(nHit, nSerie,

> nPoint, nRes)">

> Chart1.HText= "My ToolTip"

> Chart1.ReturnValue = 1

> </SCRIPT>

>

> There is a few samples of capturing events in our support site under the

> "ActiveX" section.

>

> --

> FP

> Software FX, Inc.

>

>

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