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How do you remove the gaps between the bars of a bar chart?


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Hello!

I would like to remove the gaps that appear between each series in a bar

chart but cannot find out how to. Ideally I would like to just give ChartFX

a query and have it go away and produce the chart, but the only way I could

find to remove the gaps between the bars is to add values to the first

series object through code, not an ideal and probably slower, solution.

Cheers

Paul

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If there are more than 50 points, gaps appear even with volume set to 100.

If there are more than 60 points, gaps appear even with volume set to 120.

What's even worse, the gaps may only appear every 5-6 points, or they may

appear on the left half of the graph and not on the right half, and this may

only occur every other time. What can be done to get a consistent

appearance?

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

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> To remove the gap between the bars, simply set ChartFX.Volume = 100

>

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> FP

> Software FX, Inc.

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This is sited on a VB form.

Type = Bar

CylSides = 32 all series

volume = 115 (have tried everything 0-350)

AngleX = 30

AngleY = 0

Cluster = True

Depth = 20

All other settings vary, but don't affect the display of gaps.

I have tried a sliding scale algorithm where the volume increases as the

number of points decreases, and this does help make the display consistent,

but at any volume setting, some number of points will show the irregular

gaps.

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

news:0gMXDYCjCHA.1312@webserver1.softwarefx.com...

> What chart ytpe is this ? are those cylinders ? can you please specify all

> the settings that are involved here. How can we reproduce this stating

from

> a default chart ?

>

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> FP

> Software FX, Inc.

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