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Im working on  bar stacked chart for webform and I have a few questions.

Beginner here!

1)How do you adjust the width of the bars? As I have a lot of data and I

want to make the bar widths thinner.

2) Since I have a lot of data, the labels on x axis are at 90 degrees, all

labels are on the chart but they are not spaces out evenly. There are some

clusters of labels on x axis and other labels are evenly spaced out. How can

I adjust these? I think its the to with the bar widths too

3)For my y axis, I want autoscale for min and max but step of 200. I

adjusted these but it doesnt work, do I need to recalScale it?

4)How do I get tooltip up at each value point on the bar chart?? I just

turned showtip to true but I can see anything when I move the mouse over the

bar in the chart.

Thanks in Advance

Elvina

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> How do you adjust the width of the bars? As I have a lot of data and I

> want to make the bar widths thinner.

1) If the chart is not scrollable (Default) the bars will get thinner as

more data is added. In other words the bar width will adjust itself so that

all the bars can fit into the available space.

> 2) Since I have a lot of data, the labels on x axis are at 90 degrees, all

> labels are on the chart but they are not spaces out evenly. There are some

> clusters of labels on x axis and other labels are evenly spaced out. How

can

> I adjust these? I think its the to with the bar widths too

I don't quite understand this one (maybe I didn't understand 1) either)

please attach a picture of the chart pointing out what you think is wrong.

> 3)For my y axis, I want autoscale for min and max but step of 200. I

> adjusted these but it doesnt work, do I need to recalScale it?

What do you mean ? the Step is not assigned to 200 ? maybe you are resetting

later ? RecalcScale will actually RESET the Step as well as the Min and Max

so if you are calling RecalcScale make sure you assign the step AFTER this

call is made.

> 4)How do I get tooltip up at each value point on the bar chart?? I just

> turned showtip to true but I can see anything when I move the mouse over

the

> bar in the chart.

If you are generating an image, you need to generate an image map in order

to get tooltips.

To generate an image map do:

Chart1.ImgMap = ImgMap.MouseTip

Check out the docs. section:

"Internet Reference - Rendering Methods - Image Maps"

for more details

--

FP

Software FX, Inc.

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I have attached the chart.

Re1)+ 2), see x axis and look at the spaces between each label. I have not

put any code to the x axis, its auto.

Re 3)I do RecalcScale after the step, I see where I might have gone wrong

now.

Thanks for the rest of the answers!

Elvina

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

news:h2xk3ZfUDHA.980@WEBSERVER1...

> > How do you adjust the width of the bars? As I have a lot of data and I

> > want to make the bar widths thinner.

>

> 1) If the chart is not scrollable (Default) the bars will get thinner as

> more data is added. In other words the bar width will adjust itself so

that

> all the bars can fit into the available space.

>

> > 2) Since I have a lot of data, the labels on x axis are at 90 degrees,

all

> > labels are on the chart but they are not spaces out evenly. There are

some

> > clusters of labels on x axis and other labels are evenly spaced out. How

> can

> > I adjust these? I think its the to with the bar widths too

>

> I don't quite understand this one (maybe I didn't understand 1) either)

> please attach a picture of the chart pointing out what you think is wrong.

>

> > 3)For my y axis, I want autoscale for min and max but step of 200. I

> > adjusted these but it doesnt work, do I need to recalScale it?

>

> What do you mean ? the Step is not assigned to 200 ? maybe you are

resetting

> later ? RecalcScale will actually RESET the Step as well as the Min and

Max

> so if you are calling RecalcScale make sure you assign the step AFTER this

> call is made.

>

> > 4)How do I get tooltip up at each value point on the bar chart?? I just

> > turned showtip to true but I can see anything when I move the mouse over

> the

> > bar in the chart.

>

> If you are generating an image, you need to generate an image map in order

> to get tooltips.

>

> To generate an image map do:

>

> Chart1.ImgMap = ImgMap.MouseTip

>

> Check out the docs. section:

>

> "Internet Reference - Rendering Methods - Image Maps"

> for more details

>

>

> --

> FP

> Software FX, Inc.

>

>

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I have attached the chart.

Re1)+ 2), see x axis and look at the spaces between each label. I have not

put any code to the x axis, its auto.

Re 3)I do RecalcScale after the step, I see where I might have gone wrong

now.

Thanks for the rest of the answers!

Elvina

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

news:h2xk3ZfUDHA.980@WEBSERVER1...

> > How do you adjust the width of the bars? As I have a lot of data and I

> > want to make the bar widths thinner.

>

> 1) If the chart is not scrollable (Default) the bars will get thinner as

> more data is added. In other words the bar width will adjust itself so

that

> all the bars can fit into the available space.

>

> > 2) Since I have a lot of data, the labels on x axis are at 90 degrees,

all

> > labels are on the chart but they are not spaces out evenly. There are

some

> > clusters of labels on x axis and other labels are evenly spaced out. How

> can

> > I adjust these? I think its the to with the bar widths too

>

> I don't quite understand this one (maybe I didn't understand 1) either)

> please attach a picture of the chart pointing out what you think is wrong.

>

> > 3)For my y axis, I want autoscale for min and max but step of 200. I

> > adjusted these but it doesnt work, do I need to recalScale it?

>

> What do you mean ? the Step is not assigned to 200 ? maybe you are

resetting

> later ? RecalcScale will actually RESET the Step as well as the Min and

Max

> so if you are calling RecalcScale make sure you assign the step AFTER this

> call is made.

>

> > 4)How do I get tooltip up at each value point on the bar chart?? I just

> > turned showtip to true but I can see anything when I move the mouse over

> the

> > bar in the chart.

>

> If you are generating an image, you need to generate an image map in order

> to get tooltips.

>

> To generate an image map do:

>

> Chart1.ImgMap = ImgMap.MouseTip

>

> Check out the docs. section:

>

> "Internet Reference - Rendering Methods - Image Maps"

> for more details

>

>

> --

> FP

> Software FX, Inc.

>

>

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I have attached the chart.

Re1)+ 2), see x axis and look at the spaces between each label. I have not

put any code to the x axis, its auto.

Re 3)I do RecalcScale after the step, I see where I might have gone wrong

now.

Thanks for the rest of the answers!

Elvina

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

news:h2xk3ZfUDHA.980@WEBSERVER1...

> > How do you adjust the width of the bars? As I have a lot of data and I

> > want to make the bar widths thinner.

>

> 1) If the chart is not scrollable (Default) the bars will get thinner as

> more data is added. In other words the bar width will adjust itself so

that

> all the bars can fit into the available space.

>

> > 2) Since I have a lot of data, the labels on x axis are at 90 degrees,

all

> > labels are on the chart but they are not spaces out evenly. There are

some

> > clusters of labels on x axis and other labels are evenly spaced out. How

> can

> > I adjust these? I think its the to with the bar widths too

>

> I don't quite understand this one (maybe I didn't understand 1) either)

> please attach a picture of the chart pointing out what you think is wrong.

>

> > 3)For my y axis, I want autoscale for min and max but step of 200. I

> > adjusted these but it doesnt work, do I need to recalScale it?

>

> What do you mean ? the Step is not assigned to 200 ? maybe you are

resetting

> later ? RecalcScale will actually RESET the Step as well as the Min and

Max

> so if you are calling RecalcScale make sure you assign the step AFTER this

> call is made.

>

> > 4)How do I get tooltip up at each value point on the bar chart?? I just

> > turned showtip to true but I can see anything when I move the mouse over

> the

> > bar in the chart.

>

> If you are generating an image, you need to generate an image map in order

> to get tooltips.

>

> To generate an image map do:

>

> Chart1.ImgMap = ImgMap.MouseTip

>

> Check out the docs. section:

>

> "Internet Reference - Rendering Methods - Image Maps"

> for more details

>

>

> --

> FP

> Software FX, Inc.

>

>

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I have attached the chart.

Re1)+ 2), see x axis and look at the spaces between each label. I have not

put any code to the x axis, its auto.

Re 3)I do RecalcScale after the step, I see where I might have gone wrong

now.

Thanks for the rest of the answers!

Elvina

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

news:h2xk3ZfUDHA.980@WEBSERVER1...

> > How do you adjust the width of the bars? As I have a lot of data and I

> > want to make the bar widths thinner.

>

> 1) If the chart is not scrollable (Default) the bars will get thinner as

> more data is added. In other words the bar width will adjust itself so

that

> all the bars can fit into the available space.

>

> > 2) Since I have a lot of data, the labels on x axis are at 90 degrees,

all

> > labels are on the chart but they are not spaces out evenly. There are

some

> > clusters of labels on x axis and other labels are evenly spaced out. How

> can

> > I adjust these? I think its the to with the bar widths too

>

> I don't quite understand this one (maybe I didn't understand 1) either)

> please attach a picture of the chart pointing out what you think is wrong.

>

> > 3)For my y axis, I want autoscale for min and max but step of 200. I

> > adjusted these but it doesnt work, do I need to recalScale it?

>

> What do you mean ? the Step is not assigned to 200 ? maybe you are

resetting

> later ? RecalcScale will actually RESET the Step as well as the Min and

Max

> so if you are calling RecalcScale make sure you assign the step AFTER this

> call is made.

>

> > 4)How do I get tooltip up at each value point on the bar chart?? I just

> > turned showtip to true but I can see anything when I move the mouse over

> the

> > bar in the chart.

>

> If you are generating an image, you need to generate an image map in order

> to get tooltips.

>

> To generate an image map do:

>

> Chart1.ImgMap = ImgMap.MouseTip

>

> Check out the docs. section:

>

> "Internet Reference - Rendering Methods - Image Maps"

> for more details

>

>

> --

> FP

> Software FX, Inc.

>

>

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I have attached the chart.

Re1)+ 2), see x axis and look at the spaces between each label. I have not

put any code to the x axis, its auto.

Re 3)I do RecalcScale after the step, I see where I might have gone wrong

now.

Thanks for the rest of the answers!

Elvina

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

news:h2xk3ZfUDHA.980@WEBSERVER1...

> > How do you adjust the width of the bars? As I have a lot of data and I

> > want to make the bar widths thinner.

>

> 1) If the chart is not scrollable (Default) the bars will get thinner as

> more data is added. In other words the bar width will adjust itself so

that

> all the bars can fit into the available space.

>

> > 2) Since I have a lot of data, the labels on x axis are at 90 degrees,

all

> > labels are on the chart but they are not spaces out evenly. There are

some

> > clusters of labels on x axis and other labels are evenly spaced out. How

> can

> > I adjust these? I think its the to with the bar widths too

>

> I don't quite understand this one (maybe I didn't understand 1) either)

> please attach a picture of the chart pointing out what you think is wrong.

>

> > 3)For my y axis, I want autoscale for min and max but step of 200. I

> > adjusted these but it doesnt work, do I need to recalScale it?

>

> What do you mean ? the Step is not assigned to 200 ? maybe you are

resetting

> later ? RecalcScale will actually RESET the Step as well as the Min and

Max

> so if you are calling RecalcScale make sure you assign the step AFTER this

> call is made.

>

> > 4)How do I get tooltip up at each value point on the bar chart?? I just

> > turned showtip to true but I can see anything when I move the mouse over

> the

> > bar in the chart.

>

> If you are generating an image, you need to generate an image map in order

> to get tooltips.

>

> To generate an image map do:

>

> Chart1.ImgMap = ImgMap.MouseTip

>

> Check out the docs. section:

>

> "Internet Reference - Rendering Methods - Image Maps"

> for more details

>

>

> --

> FP

> Software FX, Inc.

>

>

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I have attached the chart.

Re1)+ 2), see x axis and look at the spaces between each label. I have not

put any code to the x axis, its auto.

Re 3)I do RecalcScale after the step, I see where I might have gone wrong

now.

Thanks for the rest of the answers!

Elvina

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

news:h2xk3ZfUDHA.980@WEBSERVER1...

> > How do you adjust the width of the bars? As I have a lot of data and I

> > want to make the bar widths thinner.

>

> 1) If the chart is not scrollable (Default) the bars will get thinner as

> more data is added. In other words the bar width will adjust itself so

that

> all the bars can fit into the available space.

>

> > 2) Since I have a lot of data, the labels on x axis are at 90 degrees,

all

> > labels are on the chart but they are not spaces out evenly. There are

some

> > clusters of labels on x axis and other labels are evenly spaced out. How

> can

> > I adjust these? I think its the to with the bar widths too

>

> I don't quite understand this one (maybe I didn't understand 1) either)

> please attach a picture of the chart pointing out what you think is wrong.

>

> > 3)For my y axis, I want autoscale for min and max but step of 200. I

> > adjusted these but it doesnt work, do I need to recalScale it?

>

> What do you mean ? the Step is not assigned to 200 ? maybe you are

resetting

> later ? RecalcScale will actually RESET the Step as well as the Min and

Max

> so if you are calling RecalcScale make sure you assign the step AFTER this

> call is made.

>

> > 4)How do I get tooltip up at each value point on the bar chart?? I just

> > turned showtip to true but I can see anything when I move the mouse over

> the

> > bar in the chart.

>

> If you are generating an image, you need to generate an image map in order

> to get tooltips.

>

> To generate an image map do:

>

> Chart1.ImgMap = ImgMap.MouseTip

>

> Check out the docs. section:

>

> "Internet Reference - Rendering Methods - Image Maps"

> for more details

>

>

> --

> FP

> Software FX, Inc.

>

>

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I have attached the chart.

Re1)+ 2), see x axis and look at the spaces between each label. I have not

put any code to the x axis, its auto.

Re 3)I do RecalcScale after the step, I see where I might have gone wrong

now.

Thanks for the rest of the answers!

Elvina

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

news:h2xk3ZfUDHA.980@WEBSERVER1...

> > How do you adjust the width of the bars? As I have a lot of data and I

> > want to make the bar widths thinner.

>

> 1) If the chart is not scrollable (Default) the bars will get thinner as

> more data is added. In other words the bar width will adjust itself so

that

> all the bars can fit into the available space.

>

> > 2) Since I have a lot of data, the labels on x axis are at 90 degrees,

all

> > labels are on the chart but they are not spaces out evenly. There are

some

> > clusters of labels on x axis and other labels are evenly spaced out. How

> can

> > I adjust these? I think its the to with the bar widths too

>

> I don't quite understand this one (maybe I didn't understand 1) either)

> please attach a picture of the chart pointing out what you think is wrong.

>

> > 3)For my y axis, I want autoscale for min and max but step of 200. I

> > adjusted these but it doesnt work, do I need to recalScale it?

>

> What do you mean ? the Step is not assigned to 200 ? maybe you are

resetting

> later ? RecalcScale will actually RESET the Step as well as the Min and

Max

> so if you are calling RecalcScale make sure you assign the step AFTER this

> call is made.

>

> > 4)How do I get tooltip up at each value point on the bar chart?? I just

> > turned showtip to true but I can see anything when I move the mouse over

> the

> > bar in the chart.

>

> If you are generating an image, you need to generate an image map in order

> to get tooltips.

>

> To generate an image map do:

>

> Chart1.ImgMap = ImgMap.MouseTip

>

> Check out the docs. section:

>

> "Internet Reference - Rendering Methods - Image Maps"

> for more details

>

>

> --

> FP

> Software FX, Inc.

>

>

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I have attached the chart.

Re1)+ 2), see x axis and look at the spaces between each label. I have not

put any code to the x axis, its auto.

Re 3)I do RecalcScale after the step, I see where I might have gone wrong

now.

Thanks for the rest of the answers!

Elvina

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

news:h2xk3ZfUDHA.980@WEBSERVER1...

> > How do you adjust the width of the bars? As I have a lot of data and I

> > want to make the bar widths thinner.

>

> 1) If the chart is not scrollable (Default) the bars will get thinner as

> more data is added. In other words the bar width will adjust itself so

that

> all the bars can fit into the available space.

>

> > 2) Since I have a lot of data, the labels on x axis are at 90 degrees,

all

> > labels are on the chart but they are not spaces out evenly. There are

some

> > clusters of labels on x axis and other labels are evenly spaced out. How

> can

> > I adjust these? I think its the to with the bar widths too

>

> I don't quite understand this one (maybe I didn't understand 1) either)

> please attach a picture of the chart pointing out what you think is wrong.

>

> > 3)For my y axis, I want autoscale for min and max but step of 200. I

> > adjusted these but it doesnt work, do I need to recalScale it?

>

> What do you mean ? the Step is not assigned to 200 ? maybe you are

resetting

> later ? RecalcScale will actually RESET the Step as well as the Min and

Max

> so if you are calling RecalcScale make sure you assign the step AFTER this

> call is made.

>

> > 4)How do I get tooltip up at each value point on the bar chart?? I just

> > turned showtip to true but I can see anything when I move the mouse over

> the

> > bar in the chart.

>

> If you are generating an image, you need to generate an image map in order

> to get tooltips.

>

> To generate an image map do:

>

> Chart1.ImgMap = ImgMap.MouseTip

>

> Check out the docs. section:

>

> "Internet Reference - Rendering Methods - Image Maps"

> for more details

>

>

> --

> FP

> Software FX, Inc.

>

>

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I have attached the chart.

Re1)+ 2), see x axis and look at the spaces between each label. I have not

put any code to the x axis, its auto.

Re 3)I do RecalcScale after the step, I see where I might have gone wrong

now.

Thanks for the rest of the answers!

Elvina

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

news:h2xk3ZfUDHA.980@WEBSERVER1...

> > How do you adjust the width of the bars? As I have a lot of data and I

> > want to make the bar widths thinner.

>

> 1) If the chart is not scrollable (Default) the bars will get thinner as

> more data is added. In other words the bar width will adjust itself so

that

> all the bars can fit into the available space.

>

> > 2) Since I have a lot of data, the labels on x axis are at 90 degrees,

all

> > labels are on the chart but they are not spaces out evenly. There are

some

> > clusters of labels on x axis and other labels are evenly spaced out. How

> can

> > I adjust these? I think its the to with the bar widths too

>

> I don't quite understand this one (maybe I didn't understand 1) either)

> please attach a picture of the chart pointing out what you think is wrong.

>

> > 3)For my y axis, I want autoscale for min and max but step of 200. I

> > adjusted these but it doesnt work, do I need to recalScale it?

>

> What do you mean ? the Step is not assigned to 200 ? maybe you are

resetting

> later ? RecalcScale will actually RESET the Step as well as the Min and

Max

> so if you are calling RecalcScale make sure you assign the step AFTER this

> call is made.

>

> > 4)How do I get tooltip up at each value point on the bar chart?? I just

> > turned showtip to true but I can see anything when I move the mouse over

> the

> > bar in the chart.

>

> If you are generating an image, you need to generate an image map in order

> to get tooltips.

>

> To generate an image map do:

>

> Chart1.ImgMap = ImgMap.MouseTip

>

> Check out the docs. section:

>

> "Internet Reference - Rendering Methods - Image Maps"

> for more details

>

>

> --

> FP

> Software FX, Inc.

>

>

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I have attached the chart.

Re1)+ 2), see x axis and look at the spaces between each label. I have not

put any code to the x axis, its auto.

Re 3)I do RecalcScale after the step, I see where I might have gone wrong

now.

Thanks for the rest of the answers!

Elvina

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

news:h2xk3ZfUDHA.980@WEBSERVER1...

> > How do you adjust the width of the bars? As I have a lot of data and I

> > want to make the bar widths thinner.

>

> 1) If the chart is not scrollable (Default) the bars will get thinner as

> more data is added. In other words the bar width will adjust itself so

that

> all the bars can fit into the available space.

>

> > 2) Since I have a lot of data, the labels on x axis are at 90 degrees,

all

> > labels are on the chart but they are not spaces out evenly. There are

some

> > clusters of labels on x axis and other labels are evenly spaced out. How

> can

> > I adjust these? I think its the to with the bar widths too

>

> I don't quite understand this one (maybe I didn't understand 1) either)

> please attach a picture of the chart pointing out what you think is wrong.

>

> > 3)For my y axis, I want autoscale for min and max but step of 200. I

> > adjusted these but it doesnt work, do I need to recalScale it?

>

> What do you mean ? the Step is not assigned to 200 ? maybe you are

resetting

> later ? RecalcScale will actually RESET the Step as well as the Min and

Max

> so if you are calling RecalcScale make sure you assign the step AFTER this

> call is made.

>

> > 4)How do I get tooltip up at each value point on the bar chart?? I just

> > turned showtip to true but I can see anything when I move the mouse over

> the

> > bar in the chart.

>

> If you are generating an image, you need to generate an image map in order

> to get tooltips.

>

> To generate an image map do:

>

> Chart1.ImgMap = ImgMap.MouseTip

>

> Check out the docs. section:

>

> "Internet Reference - Rendering Methods - Image Maps"

> for more details

>

>

> --

> FP

> Software FX, Inc.

>

>

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I have attached the chart.

Re1)+ 2), see x axis and look at the spaces between each label. I have not

put any code to the x axis, its auto.

Re 3)I do RecalcScale after the step, I see where I might have gone wrong

now.

Thanks for the rest of the answers!

Elvina

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

news:h2xk3ZfUDHA.980@WEBSERVER1...

> > How do you adjust the width of the bars? As I have a lot of data and I

> > want to make the bar widths thinner.

>

> 1) If the chart is not scrollable (Default) the bars will get thinner as

> more data is added. In other words the bar width will adjust itself so

that

> all the bars can fit into the available space.

>

> > 2) Since I have a lot of data, the labels on x axis are at 90 degrees,

all

> > labels are on the chart but they are not spaces out evenly. There are

some

> > clusters of labels on x axis and other labels are evenly spaced out. How

> can

> > I adjust these? I think its the to with the bar widths too

>

> I don't quite understand this one (maybe I didn't understand 1) either)

> please attach a picture of the chart pointing out what you think is wrong.

>

> > 3)For my y axis, I want autoscale for min and max but step of 200. I

> > adjusted these but it doesnt work, do I need to recalScale it?

>

> What do you mean ? the Step is not assigned to 200 ? maybe you are

resetting

> later ? RecalcScale will actually RESET the Step as well as the Min and

Max

> so if you are calling RecalcScale make sure you assign the step AFTER this

> call is made.

>

> > 4)How do I get tooltip up at each value point on the bar chart?? I just

> > turned showtip to true but I can see anything when I move the mouse over

> the

> > bar in the chart.

>

> If you are generating an image, you need to generate an image map in order

> to get tooltips.

>

> To generate an image map do:

>

> Chart1.ImgMap = ImgMap.MouseTip

>

> Check out the docs. section:

>

> "Internet Reference - Rendering Methods - Image Maps"

> for more details

>

>

> --

> FP

> Software FX, Inc.

>

>

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Re1)+ 2), see x axis and look at the spaces between each label. I have not

put any code to the x axis, its auto.

Re 3)I do RecalcScale after the step, I see where I might have gone wrong

now.

Thanks for the rest of the answers!

Elvina

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

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> > How do you adjust the width of the bars? As I have a lot of data and I

> > want to make the bar widths thinner.

>

> 1) If the chart is not scrollable (Default) the bars will get thinner as

> more data is added. In other words the bar width will adjust itself so

that

> all the bars can fit into the available space.

>

> > 2) Since I have a lot of data, the labels on x axis are at 90 degrees,

all

> > labels are on the chart but they are not spaces out evenly. There are

some

> > clusters of labels on x axis and other labels are evenly spaced out. How

> can

> > I adjust these? I think its the to with the bar widths too

>

> I don't quite understand this one (maybe I didn't understand 1) either)

> please attach a picture of the chart pointing out what you think is wrong.

>

> > 3)For my y axis, I want autoscale for min and max but step of 200. I

> > adjusted these but it doesnt work, do I need to recalScale it?

>

> What do you mean ? the Step is not assigned to 200 ? maybe you are

resetting

> later ? RecalcScale will actually RESET the Step as well as the Min and

Max

> so if you are calling RecalcScale make sure you assign the step AFTER this

> call is made.

>

> > 4)How do I get tooltip up at each value point on the bar chart?? I just

> > turned showtip to true but I can see anything when I move the mouse over

> the

> > bar in the chart.

>

> If you are generating an image, you need to generate an image map in order

> to get tooltips.

>

> To generate an image map do:

>

> Chart1.ImgMap = ImgMap.MouseTip

>

> Check out the docs. section:

>

> "Internet Reference - Rendering Methods - Image Maps"

> for more details

>

>

> --

> FP

> Software FX, Inc.

>

>

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I have attached the chart.

Re1)+ 2), see x axis and look at the spaces between each label. I have not

put any code to the x axis, its auto.

Re 3)I do RecalcScale after the step, I see where I might have gone wrong

now.

Thanks for the rest of the answers!

Elvina

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

news:h2xk3ZfUDHA.980@WEBSERVER1...

> > How do you adjust the width of the bars? As I have a lot of data and I

> > want to make the bar widths thinner.

>

> 1) If the chart is not scrollable (Default) the bars will get thinner as

> more data is added. In other words the bar width will adjust itself so

that

> all the bars can fit into the available space.

>

> > 2) Since I have a lot of data, the labels on x axis are at 90 degrees,

all

> > labels are on the chart but they are not spaces out evenly. There are

some

> > clusters of labels on x axis and other labels are evenly spaced out. How

> can

> > I adjust these? I think its the to with the bar widths too

>

> I don't quite understand this one (maybe I didn't understand 1) either)

> please attach a picture of the chart pointing out what you think is wrong.

>

> > 3)For my y axis, I want autoscale for min and max but step of 200. I

> > adjusted these but it doesnt work, do I need to recalScale it?

>

> What do you mean ? the Step is not assigned to 200 ? maybe you are

resetting

> later ? RecalcScale will actually RESET the Step as well as the Min and

Max

> so if you are calling RecalcScale make sure you assign the step AFTER this

> call is made.

>

> > 4)How do I get tooltip up at each value point on the bar chart?? I just

> > turned showtip to true but I can see anything when I move the mouse over

> the

> > bar in the chart.

>

> If you are generating an image, you need to generate an image map in order

> to get tooltips.

>

> To generate an image map do:

>

> Chart1.ImgMap = ImgMap.MouseTip

>

> Check out the docs. section:

>

> "Internet Reference - Rendering Methods - Image Maps"

> for more details

>

>

> --

> FP

> Software FX, Inc.

>

>

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I have attached the chart.

Re1)+ 2), see x axis and look at the spaces between each label. I have not

put any code to the x axis, its auto.

Re 3)I do RecalcScale after the step, I see where I might have gone wrong

now.

Thanks for the rest of the answers!

Elvina

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

news:h2xk3ZfUDHA.980@WEBSERVER1...

> > How do you adjust the width of the bars? As I have a lot of data and I

> > want to make the bar widths thinner.

>

> 1) If the chart is not scrollable (Default) the bars will get thinner as

> more data is added. In other words the bar width will adjust itself so

that

> all the bars can fit into the available space.

>

> > 2) Since I have a lot of data, the labels on x axis are at 90 degrees,

all

> > labels are on the chart but they are not spaces out evenly. There are

some

> > clusters of labels on x axis and other labels are evenly spaced out. How

> can

> > I adjust these? I think its the to with the bar widths too

>

> I don't quite understand this one (maybe I didn't understand 1) either)

> please attach a picture of the chart pointing out what you think is wrong.

>

> > 3)For my y axis, I want autoscale for min and max but step of 200. I

> > adjusted these but it doesnt work, do I need to recalScale it?

>

> What do you mean ? the Step is not assigned to 200 ? maybe you are

resetting

> later ? RecalcScale will actually RESET the Step as well as the Min and

Max

> so if you are calling RecalcScale make sure you assign the step AFTER this

> call is made.

>

> > 4)How do I get tooltip up at each value point on the bar chart?? I just

> > turned showtip to true but I can see anything when I move the mouse over

> the

> > bar in the chart.

>

> If you are generating an image, you need to generate an image map in order

> to get tooltips.

>

> To generate an image map do:

>

> Chart1.ImgMap = ImgMap.MouseTip

>

> Check out the docs. section:

>

> "Internet Reference - Rendering Methods - Image Maps"

> for more details

>

>

> --

> FP

> Software FX, Inc.

>

>

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I have attached the chart.

Re1)+ 2), see x axis and look at the spaces between each label. I have not

put any code to the x axis, its auto.

Re 3)I do RecalcScale after the step, I see where I might have gone wrong

now.

Thanks for the rest of the answers!

Elvina

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

news:h2xk3ZfUDHA.980@WEBSERVER1...

> > How do you adjust the width of the bars? As I have a lot of data and I

> > want to make the bar widths thinner.

>

> 1) If the chart is not scrollable (Default) the bars will get thinner as

> more data is added. In other words the bar width will adjust itself so

that

> all the bars can fit into the available space.

>

> > 2) Since I have a lot of data, the labels on x axis are at 90 degrees,

all

> > labels are on the chart but they are not spaces out evenly. There are

some

> > clusters of labels on x axis and other labels are evenly spaced out. How

> can

> > I adjust these? I think its the to with the bar widths too

>

> I don't quite understand this one (maybe I didn't understand 1) either)

> please attach a picture of the chart pointing out what you think is wrong.

>

> > 3)For my y axis, I want autoscale for min and max but step of 200. I

> > adjusted these but it doesnt work, do I need to recalScale it?

>

> What do you mean ? the Step is not assigned to 200 ? maybe you are

resetting

> later ? RecalcScale will actually RESET the Step as well as the Min and

Max

> so if you are calling RecalcScale make sure you assign the step AFTER this

> call is made.

>

> > 4)How do I get tooltip up at each value point on the bar chart?? I just

> > turned showtip to true but I can see anything when I move the mouse over

> the

> > bar in the chart.

>

> If you are generating an image, you need to generate an image map in order

> to get tooltips.

>

> To generate an image map do:

>

> Chart1.ImgMap = ImgMap.MouseTip

>

> Check out the docs. section:

>

> "Internet Reference - Rendering Methods - Image Maps"

> for more details

>

>

> --

> FP

> Software FX, Inc.

>

>

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I have attached the chart.

Re1)+ 2), see x axis and look at the spaces between each label. I have not

put any code to the x axis, its auto.

Re 3)I do RecalcScale after the step, I see where I might have gone wrong

now.

Thanks for the rest of the answers!

Elvina

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

news:h2xk3ZfUDHA.980@WEBSERVER1...

> > How do you adjust the width of the bars? As I have a lot of data and I

> > want to make the bar widths thinner.

>

> 1) If the chart is not scrollable (Default) the bars will get thinner as

> more data is added. In other words the bar width will adjust itself so

that

> all the bars can fit into the available space.

>

> > 2) Since I have a lot of data, the labels on x axis are at 90 degrees,

all

> > labels are on the chart but they are not spaces out evenly. There are

some

> > clusters of labels on x axis and other labels are evenly spaced out. How

> can

> > I adjust these? I think its the to with the bar widths too

>

> I don't quite understand this one (maybe I didn't understand 1) either)

> please attach a picture of the chart pointing out what you think is wrong.

>

> > 3)For my y axis, I want autoscale for min and max but step of 200. I

> > adjusted these but it doesnt work, do I need to recalScale it?

>

> What do you mean ? the Step is not assigned to 200 ? maybe you are

resetting

> later ? RecalcScale will actually RESET the Step as well as the Min and

Max

> so if you are calling RecalcScale make sure you assign the step AFTER this

> call is made.

>

> > 4)How do I get tooltip up at each value point on the bar chart?? I just

> > turned showtip to true but I can see anything when I move the mouse over

> the

> > bar in the chart.

>

> If you are generating an image, you need to generate an image map in order

> to get tooltips.

>

> To generate an image map do:

>

> Chart1.ImgMap = ImgMap.MouseTip

>

> Check out the docs. section:

>

> "Internet Reference - Rendering Methods - Image Maps"

> for more details

>

>

> --

> FP

> Software FX, Inc.

>

>

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I have attached the chart.

Re1)+ 2), see x axis and look at the spaces between each label. I have not

put any code to the x axis, its auto.

Re 3)I do RecalcScale after the step, I see where I might have gone wrong

now.

Thanks for the rest of the answers!

Elvina

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

news:h2xk3ZfUDHA.980@WEBSERVER1...

> > How do you adjust the width of the bars? As I have a lot of data and I

> > want to make the bar widths thinner.

>

> 1) If the chart is not scrollable (Default) the bars will get thinner as

> more data is added. In other words the bar width will adjust itself so

that

> all the bars can fit into the available space.

>

> > 2) Since I have a lot of data, the labels on x axis are at 90 degrees,

all

> > labels are on the chart but they are not spaces out evenly. There are

some

> > clusters of labels on x axis and other labels are evenly spaced out. How

> can

> > I adjust these? I think its the to with the bar widths too

>

> I don't quite understand this one (maybe I didn't understand 1) either)

> please attach a picture of the chart pointing out what you think is wrong.

>

> > 3)For my y axis, I want autoscale for min and max but step of 200. I

> > adjusted these but it doesnt work, do I need to recalScale it?

>

> What do you mean ? the Step is not assigned to 200 ? maybe you are

resetting

> later ? RecalcScale will actually RESET the Step as well as the Min and

Max

> so if you are calling RecalcScale make sure you assign the step AFTER this

> call is made.

>

> > 4)How do I get tooltip up at each value point on the bar chart?? I just

> > turned showtip to true but I can see anything when I move the mouse over

> the

> > bar in the chart.

>

> If you are generating an image, you need to generate an image map in order

> to get tooltips.

>

> To generate an image map do:

>

> Chart1.ImgMap = ImgMap.MouseTip

>

> Check out the docs. section:

>

> "Internet Reference - Rendering Methods - Image Maps"

> for more details

>

>

> --

> FP

> Software FX, Inc.

>

>

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I have attached the chart.

Re1)+ 2), see x axis and look at the spaces between each label. I have not

put any code to the x axis, its auto.

Re 3)I do RecalcScale after the step, I see where I might have gone wrong

now.

Thanks for the rest of the answers!

Elvina

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

news:h2xk3ZfUDHA.980@WEBSERVER1...

> > How do you adjust the width of the bars? As I have a lot of data and I

> > want to make the bar widths thinner.

>

> 1) If the chart is not scrollable (Default) the bars will get thinner as

> more data is added. In other words the bar width will adjust itself so

that

> all the bars can fit into the available space.

>

> > 2) Since I have a lot of data, the labels on x axis are at 90 degrees,

all

> > labels are on the chart but they are not spaces out evenly. There are

some

> > clusters of labels on x axis and other labels are evenly spaced out. How

> can

> > I adjust these? I think its the to with the bar widths too

>

> I don't quite understand this one (maybe I didn't understand 1) either)

> please attach a picture of the chart pointing out what you think is wrong.

>

> > 3)For my y axis, I want autoscale for min and max but step of 200. I

> > adjusted these but it doesnt work, do I need to recalScale it?

>

> What do you mean ? the Step is not assigned to 200 ? maybe you are

resetting

> later ? RecalcScale will actually RESET the Step as well as the Min and

Max

> so if you are calling RecalcScale make sure you assign the step AFTER this

> call is made.

>

> > 4)How do I get tooltip up at each value point on the bar chart?? I just

> > turned showtip to true but I can see anything when I move the mouse over

> the

> > bar in the chart.

>

> If you are generating an image, you need to generate an image map in order

> to get tooltips.

>

> To generate an image map do:

>

> Chart1.ImgMap = ImgMap.MouseTip

>

> Check out the docs. section:

>

> "Internet Reference - Rendering Methods - Image Maps"

> for more details

>

>

> --

> FP

> Software FX, Inc.

>

>

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I have attached the chart.

Re1)+ 2), see x axis and look at the spaces between each label. I have not

put any code to the x axis, its auto.

Re 3)I do RecalcScale after the step, I see where I might have gone wrong

now.

Thanks for the rest of the answers!

Elvina

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

news:h2xk3ZfUDHA.980@WEBSERVER1...

> > How do you adjust the width of the bars? As I have a lot of data and I

> > want to make the bar widths thinner.

>

> 1) If the chart is not scrollable (Default) the bars will get thinner as

> more data is added. In other words the bar width will adjust itself so

that

> all the bars can fit into the available space.

>

> > 2) Since I have a lot of data, the labels on x axis are at 90 degrees,

all

> > labels are on the chart but they are not spaces out evenly. There are

some

> > clusters of labels on x axis and other labels are evenly spaced out. How

> can

> > I adjust these? I think its the to with the bar widths too

>

> I don't quite understand this one (maybe I didn't understand 1) either)

> please attach a picture of the chart pointing out what you think is wrong.

>

> > 3)For my y axis, I want autoscale for min and max but step of 200. I

> > adjusted these but it doesnt work, do I need to recalScale it?

>

> What do you mean ? the Step is not assigned to 200 ? maybe you are

resetting

> later ? RecalcScale will actually RESET the Step as well as the Min and

Max

> so if you are calling RecalcScale make sure you assign the step AFTER this

> call is made.

>

> > 4)How do I get tooltip up at each value point on the bar chart?? I just

> > turned showtip to true but I can see anything when I move the mouse over

> the

> > bar in the chart.

>

> If you are generating an image, you need to generate an image map in order

> to get tooltips.

>

> To generate an image map do:

>

> Chart1.ImgMap = ImgMap.MouseTip

>

> Check out the docs. section:

>

> "Internet Reference - Rendering Methods - Image Maps"

> for more details

>

>

> --

> FP

> Software FX, Inc.

>

>

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I have attached the chart.

Re1)+ 2), see x axis and look at the spaces between each label. I have not

put any code to the x axis, its auto.

Re 3)I do RecalcScale after the step, I see where I might have gone wrong

now.

Thanks for the rest of the answers!

Elvina

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

news:h2xk3ZfUDHA.980@WEBSERVER1...

> > How do you adjust the width of the bars? As I have a lot of data and I

> > want to make the bar widths thinner.

>

> 1) If the chart is not scrollable (Default) the bars will get thinner as

> more data is added. In other words the bar width will adjust itself so

that

> all the bars can fit into the available space.

>

> > 2) Since I have a lot of data, the labels on x axis are at 90 degrees,

all

> > labels are on the chart but they are not spaces out evenly. There are

some

> > clusters of labels on x axis and other labels are evenly spaced out. How

> can

> > I adjust these? I think its the to with the bar widths too

>

> I don't quite understand this one (maybe I didn't understand 1) either)

> please attach a picture of the chart pointing out what you think is wrong.

>

> > 3)For my y axis, I want autoscale for min and max but step of 200. I

> > adjusted these but it doesnt work, do I need to recalScale it?

>

> What do you mean ? the Step is not assigned to 200 ? maybe you are

resetting

> later ? RecalcScale will actually RESET the Step as well as the Min and

Max

> so if you are calling RecalcScale make sure you assign the step AFTER this

> call is made.

>

> > 4)How do I get tooltip up at each value point on the bar chart?? I just

> > turned showtip to true but I can see anything when I move the mouse over

> the

> > bar in the chart.

>

> If you are generating an image, you need to generate an image map in order

> to get tooltips.

>

> To generate an image map do:

>

> Chart1.ImgMap = ImgMap.MouseTip

>

> Check out the docs. section:

>

> "Internet Reference - Rendering Methods - Image Maps"

> for more details

>

>

> --

> FP

> Software FX, Inc.

>

>

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I have attached the chart.

Re1)+ 2), see x axis and look at the spaces between each label. I have not

put any code to the x axis, its auto.

Re 3)I do RecalcScale after the step, I see where I might have gone wrong

now.

Thanks for the rest of the answers!

Elvina

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

news:h2xk3ZfUDHA.980@WEBSERVER1...

> > How do you adjust the width of the bars? As I have a lot of data and I

> > want to make the bar widths thinner.

>

> 1) If the chart is not scrollable (Default) the bars will get thinner as

> more data is added. In other words the bar width will adjust itself so

that

> all the bars can fit into the available space.

>

> > 2) Since I have a lot of data, the labels on x axis are at 90 degrees,

all

> > labels are on the chart but they are not spaces out evenly. There are

some

> > clusters of labels on x axis and other labels are evenly spaced out. How

> can

> > I adjust these? I think its the to with the bar widths too

>

> I don't quite understand this one (maybe I didn't understand 1) either)

> please attach a picture of the chart pointing out what you think is wrong.

>

> > 3)For my y axis, I want autoscale for min and max but step of 200. I

> > adjusted these but it doesnt work, do I need to recalScale it?

>

> What do you mean ? the Step is not assigned to 200 ? maybe you are

resetting

> later ? RecalcScale will actually RESET the Step as well as the Min and

Max

> so if you are calling RecalcScale make sure you assign the step AFTER this

> call is made.

>

> > 4)How do I get tooltip up at each value point on the bar chart?? I just

> > turned showtip to true but I can see anything when I move the mouse over

> the

> > bar in the chart.

>

> If you are generating an image, you need to generate an image map in order

> to get tooltips.

>

> To generate an image map do:

>

> Chart1.ImgMap = ImgMap.MouseTip

>

> Check out the docs. section:

>

> "Internet Reference - Rendering Methods - Image Maps"

> for more details

>

>

> --

> FP

> Software FX, Inc.

>

>

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I have attached the chart.

Re1)+ 2), see x axis and look at the spaces between each label. I have not

put any code to the x axis, its auto.

Re 3)I do RecalcScale after the step, I see where I might have gone wrong

now.

Thanks for the rest of the answers!

Elvina

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

news:h2xk3ZfUDHA.980@WEBSERVER1...

> > How do you adjust the width of the bars? As I have a lot of data and I

> > want to make the bar widths thinner.

>

> 1) If the chart is not scrollable (Default) the bars will get thinner as

> more data is added. In other words the bar width will adjust itself so

that

> all the bars can fit into the available space.

>

> > 2) Since I have a lot of data, the labels on x axis are at 90 degrees,

all

> > labels are on the chart but they are not spaces out evenly. There are

some

> > clusters of labels on x axis and other labels are evenly spaced out. How

> can

> > I adjust these? I think its the to with the bar widths too

>

> I don't quite understand this one (maybe I didn't understand 1) either)

> please attach a picture of the chart pointing out what you think is wrong.

>

> > 3)For my y axis, I want autoscale for min and max but step of 200. I

> > adjusted these but it doesnt work, do I need to recalScale it?

>

> What do you mean ? the Step is not assigned to 200 ? maybe you are

resetting

> later ? RecalcScale will actually RESET the Step as well as the Min and

Max

> so if you are calling RecalcScale make sure you assign the step AFTER this

> call is made.

>

> > 4)How do I get tooltip up at each value point on the bar chart?? I just

> > turned showtip to true but I can see anything when I move the mouse over

> the

> > bar in the chart.

>

> If you are generating an image, you need to generate an image map in order

> to get tooltips.

>

> To generate an image map do:

>

> Chart1.ImgMap = ImgMap.MouseTip

>

> Check out the docs. section:

>

> "Internet Reference - Rendering Methods - Image Maps"

> for more details

>

>

> --

> FP

> Software FX, Inc.

>

>

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Re1)+ 2), see x axis and look at the spaces between each label. I have not

put any code to the x axis, its auto.

Re 3)I do RecalcScale after the step, I see where I might have gone wrong

now.

Thanks for the rest of the answers!

Elvina

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

news:h2xk3ZfUDHA.980@WEBSERVER1...

> > How do you adjust the width of the bars? As I have a lot of data and I

> > want to make the bar widths thinner.

>

> 1) If the chart is not scrollable (Default) the bars will get thinner as

> more data is added. In other words the bar width will adjust itself so

that

> all the bars can fit into the available space.

>

> > 2) Since I have a lot of data, the labels on x axis are at 90 degrees,

all

> > labels are on the chart but they are not spaces out evenly. There are

some

> > clusters of labels on x axis and other labels are evenly spaced out. How

> can

> > I adjust these? I think its the to with the bar widths too

>

> I don't quite understand this one (maybe I didn't understand 1) either)

> please attach a picture of the chart pointing out what you think is wrong.

>

> > 3)For my y axis, I want autoscale for min and max but step of 200. I

> > adjusted these but it doesnt work, do I need to recalScale it?

>

> What do you mean ? the Step is not assigned to 200 ? maybe you are

resetting

> later ? RecalcScale will actually RESET the Step as well as the Min and

Max

> so if you are calling RecalcScale make sure you assign the step AFTER this

> call is made.

>

> > 4)How do I get tooltip up at each value point on the bar chart?? I just

> > turned showtip to true but I can see anything when I move the mouse over

> the

> > bar in the chart.

>

> If you are generating an image, you need to generate an image map in order

> to get tooltips.

>

> To generate an image map do:

>

> Chart1.ImgMap = ImgMap.MouseTip

>

> Check out the docs. section:

>

> "Internet Reference - Rendering Methods - Image Maps"

> for more details

>

>

> --

> FP

> Software FX, Inc.

>

>

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