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Please save this chart into a CHD file (using the toolbar) and e-mail it to

me. I will take a look.

Make sure you are using the latest service pack (4.0.18.0)

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Frank

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"Josh Eanes" <josheanes@bihrle.com> wrote in message

news:#9NiXl5AAHA.1404@sfxserver.softwarefx.com...

> All the data is whole numbers. I checked for that exact thing- when the

> User sets the scale to 1, the min and max are still 0/1/2, but when he

sets

> it to auto, the scale says 0/1/2 but the data display is wrong. Ie. in

> both cases, the max/min are 2 and 0 respectively and all the data is 0/1/2

> whole numbers. The only thing is that when the scale is auto, the data is

> displayed wrong. But when it is 1, it is displayed right.

>

>

>

> "Francisco Padron" <frankp@softwarefx.com> wrote in message

> news:snWlDEvAAHA.1400@sfxserver.softwarefx.com...

> > I think the problem here is rounding.

> >

> > You seem to be setting the Min and Max value to a NON-INTEGER value and

> yet

> > you are displaying no decimals, so, the labels that appear to be 0,1,2

are

> > probably 0.4, 1.3, etc.

> >

> > You must make sure that your Min Max can be represented using the Y-Axis

> > format. So if you want integers, you need to make sure to adjust the Min

> and

> > Max to be integers. You can do this automatically if after setting all

> data

> > and formats, you call RecalcScale.

> >

> > "Josh Eanes" <josheanes@bihrle.com> wrote in message

> > news:1eKgN5WAAHA.1412@sfxserver.softwarefx.com...

> > >

> > > Good morning,

> > >

> > > One of my user's pointed this out the attached bitmap to me. All of

> the

> > > data he was displaying is 0, 1, or 2 (I checked the data and it

> > confirmed).

> > > The label scale is set to Auto. If he sets it to 1, then the line

for

> > > 0/1/2

> > > will show in the correct location. When he changes it back to Auto,

it

> > > displays incorrectly as shown. Is this a bug?

> > >

> > > --

> > > Josh Eanes

> > >

> > >

> > >

> > >

> > >

> >

> >

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