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I'm using ChartFX Client Server 5.1 on Visual C++ 6.0

0,00 from some series appears in the wrong way. why ?

An another thing, is there no way to put the labels on top and bottom of the

chart, so that they do not overlapp the char ?

This is my second chart, and I'm getting great trouble doing a very simple

one....

I now, .NET.

But for a 5.1 version, you still have lot of limitations...

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1) 0,00 appear wrong ? what do you mean, what I see is like 2 point labels

are being drawn side by side so 0,00 is mixed with 14,83 looking like

0,0014,83. Do you have two series in this chart ?

2) Point labels show on the point, if they were to show in the axis then

they will overlap with the labels for the next series. You can align the

point label using the PointLabelAlign property. You also create Axis labels

using the Axis.Label property.

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Software FX, Inc.

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Yes, I have 2 Series

YAxis as a negative minimun a positve maximun equal,

so that the center is always the center of the window. ie -15.0, 15.0

0, 00 is mixed with 14, 83, and that doesn't always happens.

The correct way, is to show 0,00 on the center of the chart.

What I am missing ?

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

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> 1) 0,00 appear wrong ? what do you mean, what I see is like 2 point labels

> are being drawn side by side so 0,00 is mixed with 14,83 looking like

> 0,0014,83. Do you have two series in this chart ?

>

> 2) Point labels show on the point, if they were to show in the axis then

> they will overlap with the labels for the next series. You can align the

> point label using the PointLabelAlign property. You also create Axis

labels

> using the Axis.Label property.

>

> --

> FP

> Software FX, Inc.

>

>

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I think I undestand now.

That was my mistake.

The problem is that I have 2 series stacked, one is always

positive the other is negative, but they could be 0.0,

and if the second serie is 0.0 the chart add's it to the

top of the first serie.

What can I do to solve this ?

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

news:QFAvDWbVCHA.1344@webserver1.softwarefx.com...

> 1) 0,00 appear wrong ? what do you mean, what I see is like 2 point labels

> are being drawn side by side so 0,00 is mixed with 14,83 looking like

> 0,0014,83. Do you have two series in this chart ?

>

> 2) Point labels show on the point, if they were to show in the axis then

> they will overlap with the labels for the next series. You can align the

> point label using the PointLabelAlign property. You also create Axis

labels

> using the Axis.Label property.

>

> --

> FP

> Software FX, Inc.

>

>

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Ok

Your help file, also says the same...

But the problem is,

that "constant" does not exists on ChartFX Client Server 5.0.

"Andre Moreira" <andre@markdata.pt> wrote in message

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> I'm using ChartFX Client Server 5.1 on Visual C++ 6.0

>

> 0,00 from some series appears in the wrong way. why ?

>

> An another thing, is there no way to put the labels on top and bottom of

the

> chart, so that they do not overlapp the char ?

>

> This is my second chart, and I'm getting great trouble doing a very simple

> one....

>

> I now, .NET.

> But for a 5.1 version, you still have lot of limitations...

>

>

>

>

>

>

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