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Coloured Lines on a Step Chart


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Hello,

In ChartFX Internet or ChartFX Client Server we allow you to set colors for

each point. In a 2D line chart that means you can set the color of the

marker shape but not the line segment. In a 3D line chart you can set the

color for each segment. These versions do not support setting line

thickness on a per point basis You would need to upgrade to our .Net

version of ChartFX to set line thickness for each point.

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"Paul Fell" <paul@max-geoservices.com.au> wrote in message

news:01c2c01b$19098720$ddc53bcb@melville...

> I'd like to be able to control thickness and colour for individual lines

on

> a Step Chart consisting of one series. Am I able to do this? How?

>

> tia

>

> Paul

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I'm essentially creating a Kagi Chart (in Financial World). I want to set

line thickness larger and colour to red for the all DOWN segments. I don't

have the .net version, so it looks like I can't do it. To get the effect I

needed, tried to create an overlay (second series) step chart with exactly

same values, and assign CHART_HIDDEN to those segments I didn't want to

see. This second series had a different colour.

Didn't work

Paul

Paul Fell <paul@max-geoservices.com.au> wrote in article

<01c2c01b$19098720$ddc53bcb@melville>...

> I'd like to be able to control thickness and colour for individual lines

on

> a Step Chart consisting of one series. Am I able to do this? How?

>

> tia

>

> Paul

>

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