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Chart FX Client Server crashes VB6 when setting chart properties in design mode


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Hello,

Using Chart FX Client/Server version 5.0.1.0 with VB6 SP5 on Win 2000.

Seemingly at random, when setting axis properties in design mode such as Min

or Max, and then clicking OK or APPLY, Chart FX will bring VB6 to a complete

halt. I get a "VB6 is shutting down, error log being generated" message.

This is the only control in my project which does this. I remember this

happening in older versions of Chart FX 98 as well. Any ideas?

Gary Kercheck

gary.kercheck@aei.com

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Just a quick followup with more detail.  This type of error seems to occur

when you set a min/max range on the X axis which exceeds the "number of

values" defined in the "Data/Behavior" tab for a basic X/Y plot. I've seen

it most often when I set the "Min" field to zero. Hope this helps.

"Gary Kercheck" <gary.kercheck@aei.com> wrote in message

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> Hello,

>

> Using Chart FX Client/Server version 5.0.1.0 with VB6 SP5 on Win 2000.

> Seemingly at random, when setting axis properties in design mode such as

Min

> or Max, and then clicking OK or APPLY, Chart FX will bring VB6 to a

complete

> halt. I get a "VB6 is shutting down, error log being generated" message.

> This is the only control in my project which does this. I remember this

> happening in older versions of Chart FX 98 as well. Any ideas?

>

> Gary Kercheck

> gary.kercheck@aei.com

>

>

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