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I am looking for the documentation on all the HTML settings:

Example:

<CHARTFX:CHART

id="intradayGraph"

runat="server"

Height="265px"

Gallery="Lines"

MainClient="False"

NSeries="4"

BorderColor="#A8A8A8"

DesignTimeData="C:\Program Files\ChartFX for

.NET\Wizard\StripesCurves.txt"

NValues="12"

BackColor="ControlLight"

SerLegBox="False"

MarkerSize="1"

MarkerStep="0"

MarkerShape="None"

TopGap="5"

LeftGap="4"

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

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> All the Properties, Methods and Events are documented. I don't think I

> understand your question.

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> Software FX, Inc.

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Are you talking about the WebForms representation ? If so, this is generated

by Visual Studio. Basically all the properties available at design time are

saved using the property name and its value.

This representation is a .NET standard, we do not write this code and

therefore you will not find any docs on how it is generated from our docs,

you may find something in MSDN.

May I ask why do you need this ?

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Thank you for your response.

I find it useful for two reasons.

First, changes to the webform do not require a recompile in order to take

effect.

Second, though I use visual studio 2003, I do not use the GUI. (I have

found that it messes up DHTML and sometimes causes loses intelesence in C#

projects etc..)

I understand how you feel in that the webform representation is another

venders interface to your products interface but since it is a .NET product

you are tied close to Microsoft. I don't know how many people modify there

WF rep but one probably shows up in most web projects containing your

product.

To be fair to you though you do site both the .NET framework and VS.NET as

requirements to use chartFX. I still would find it useful to be able to use

another editor (or in my case just not use the GUI)

-George

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

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> Are you talking about the WebForms representation ? If so, this is

generated

> by Visual Studio. Basically all the properties available at design time

are

> saved using the property name and its value.

>

> This representation is a .NET standard, we do not write this code and

> therefore you will not find any docs on how it is generated from our docs,

> you may find something in MSDN.

>

> May I ask why do you need this ?

>

> --

> FP

> Software FX, Inc.

>

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