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Disabling Data Editor in CFXIE5.5


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Hi

I'm trying to disable a few things when showing a chart in an asp page.

I have customised the toolbar so that users can only change the appearance

of the chart - I want to stop them accessing the data or using the print

button amongst other things.

I can't seem to work out how to disable or customise the context menu of the

chart.

Ideally, I want to disable right-clicking completely, but at least remove

the Data Editor and Edit Title options from all context menus on a chart.

I'd be really grateful for a direction to go in as I've only just upgraded

from ChartFX 3.5, and I'm a bit stumped.

Thanks

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There is a sample in our KB that shows how to remove the right click menu

for both the chart and legend windows. Point your browser to

http://support.softwarefx.com/cfxie , select ASP samples and navigate to

User Interface/Right Click Menus

For additional restrictions please look at the Style and StyleEx properties,

they will allow you to restrict additional functionality.

PS: Please post ChartFX Internet questions in the CfxIE.* newsgroups.

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Regards,

JC

SoftwareFX

"Laban" <laban.plant@internova.co.uk> wrote in message

news:u#uX3AgMBHA.1120@webserver1.softwarefx.com...

> Hi

>

> I'm trying to disable a few things when showing a chart in an asp page.

>

> I have customised the toolbar so that users can only change the appearance

> of the chart - I want to stop them accessing the data or using the print

> button amongst other things.

>

> I can't seem to work out how to disable or customise the context menu of

the

> chart.

>

> Ideally, I want to disable right-clicking completely, but at least remove

> the Data Editor and Edit Title options from all context menus on a chart.

>

> I'd be really grateful for a direction to go in as I've only just upgraded

> from ChartFX 3.5, and I'm a bit stumped.

>

> Thanks

>

>

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