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I use AutoScale and it starts and ends the graph prompty at the first and

last data points. This causes a problem for me because I am trying to draw

a vertical constant line at that first data point with a label. The label

gets drawn on the left side of the line so it overlaps with the axis labels

and looks terrible. (I attached a picture of the problem.) Is there a way

to set a buffer space between the first point of data and the minimum side

of the graph without using the Min and Max properties of the axis? I can't

use those because it messes up the data points allignment. Is there

something like a LeftGap for the axis? (I am using Client Server version

with Visual C++).

Thanks for you help in advance.

Diana

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If I change the min and max properties it seems to skew the data points on

the graph, especially for a multitype graph with a scatter series mixed with

a few lines. The scatter points have a value of one number, but are located

some distance off of that number. So the tooltip comes up with numbers that

don't match what you see on the graph. Is that a known issue?

Thanks, again

Diana

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

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> No, there is no such a property.

>

> Why can't you change the X-Axis Min ? this would do the trick.

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> Software FX, Inc.

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> If I change the min and max properties it seems to skew the data points on

> the graph, especially for a multitype graph with a scatter series mixed

with

> a few lines

Can you please reproduce this problem, save the chart into a file (using the

Export method) and attach it. I need this to see what's happening.

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FP

Software FX, Inc.

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