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Thanks for your reply. I wish to close the gap completely so that the chart

takes up less room, rather than having the actual chart expand to fit the

cleared space.

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

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> What do you want to put in the space where the legend was ? if you want to

> leave it empty, you can use the gap properties (LeftGap, RightGap, etc) to

> achieve this.

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> Software FX, Inc.

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You mean that the control itself will resize smaller or bigger.

We do not provide this functionality and I've never seen any control that

behaves that way (changes size on its own), the main reason for this I

suppose is that the control doesn't know about the layout of your form, so

what is it going to do with the other controls that are next to it.

Maybe I'm not understanding correctly what you want to do, if you think so,

please attach a couple of images that describe what you are looking for.

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Thanks again.

I have multiple charts listed vertically on my page. By hiding the legends

(positioned top) I hoped to reduce the height of each chart and be able to

display more charts within the visible area. If this is not possible then

it's no big deal. I've been really impressed with ChartFX's configurability.

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

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> You mean that the control itself will resize smaller or bigger.

>

> We do not provide this functionality and I've never seen any control that

> behaves that way (changes size on its own), the main reason for this I

> suppose is that the control doesn't know about the layout of your form, so

> what is it going to do with the other controls that are next to it.

>

> Maybe I'm not understanding correctly what you want to do, if you think

so,

> please attach a couple of images that describe what you are looking for.

>

> --

> FP

> Software FX, Inc.

>

>

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