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Hi,

I am having this problem which occures even after installing the latest

build from the site :

I am using a stacked lines chart with the legend box visible, the max scale

is set automatically but although the range of the Y elements does not

change

the scale get's higher the more elements I have, see attached pictures:

one.gif, two.gif, three.gif.

The scale and grid's max should be roughly similar to the one shown in

three.gif in all cases shown

regardless of how many element I have the grid scale should be dependent on

the maximum element I have on the Y axis .

Thank you,

Erez G-B .

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Line charts don't support stacking. I think what's happening is that you are

calling RecalcScale while the chart is a stacked chart and then you are

displaying a Line chart (which is not stacked).

The solution is to either set Stacked to None or use BAR or AREA as your

gallery (the only types that support Stacked).

FP

Software FX Support

"Erez" <nospam@myown.com> wrote in message

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> Hi,

>

> I am having this problem which occures even after installing the latest

> build from the site :

>

> I am using a stacked lines chart with the legend box visible, the max

scale

> is set automatically but although the range of the Y elements does not

> change

> the scale get's higher the more elements I have, see attached pictures:

> one.gif, two.gif, three.gif.

>

> The scale and grid's max should be roughly similar to the one shown in

> three.gif in all cases shown

> regardless of how many element I have the grid scale should be dependent

on

> the maximum element I have on the Y axis .

>

> Thank you,

>

> Erez G-B .

>

>

>

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Hi,

I am not sure that is the problem.

Stacked mode with line charts means getting more then one line,

for each secondery Y axis I get a line, this is not the problem.

Simply put the Max for the Y axis is calculated wrongly

by ChartFx, it happens even without calling RecalcScale.

Thank you,

Erez G-B .

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

news:OLQ1hGx2DHA.3512@WEBSERVER1...

> Line charts don't support stacking. I think what's happening is that you

are

> calling RecalcScale while the chart is a stacked chart and then you are

> displaying a Line chart (which is not stacked).

>

> The solution is to either set Stacked to None or use BAR or AREA as your

> gallery (the only types that support Stacked).

>

> FP

> Software FX Support

>

> "Erez" <nospam@myown.com> wrote in message

> news:LMBK7jt2DHA.3512@WEBSERVER1...

> > Hi,

> >

> > I am having this problem which occures even after installing the latest

> > build from the site :

> >

> > I am using a stacked lines chart with the legend box visible, the max

> scale

> > is set automatically but although the range of the Y elements does not

> > change

> > the scale get's higher the more elements I have, see attached pictures:

> > one.gif, two.gif, three.gif.

> >

> > The scale and grid's max should be roughly similar to the one shown in

> > three.gif in all cases shown

> > regardless of how many element I have the grid scale should be dependent

> on

> > the maximum element I have on the Y axis .

> >

> > Thank you,

> >

> > Erez G-B .

> >

> >

> >

>

>

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I do not understand.

1) Are you are you not setting the Stacked property ? Is it the DEFAULT

value (None) ?

2) You mention secondary Y-Axis but I only see one Y-Axis (to the left). Can

you please explain ?

3) Do you have a snippet of code that reproduces the problem ?

FP

Software FX Support

"Erez" <nospam@myown.com> wrote in message

news:PW2a$602DHA.3008@WEBSERVER1...

> Hi,

>

> I am not sure that is the problem.

>

> Stacked mode with line charts means getting more then one line,

> for each secondery Y axis I get a line, this is not the problem.

>

> Simply put the Max for the Y axis is calculated wrongly

> by ChartFx, it happens even without calling RecalcScale.

>

> Thank you,

>

> Erez G-B .

>

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

> news:OLQ1hGx2DHA.3512@WEBSERVER1...

> > Line charts don't support stacking. I think what's happening is that you

> are

> > calling RecalcScale while the chart is a stacked chart and then you are

> > displaying a Line chart (which is not stacked).

> >

> > The solution is to either set Stacked to None or use BAR or AREA as your

> > gallery (the only types that support Stacked).

> >

> > FP

> > Software FX Support

> >

> > "Erez" <nospam@myown.com> wrote in message

> > news:LMBK7jt2DHA.3512@WEBSERVER1...

> > > Hi,

> > >

> > > I am having this problem which occures even after installing the

latest

> > > build from the site :

> > >

> > > I am using a stacked lines chart with the legend box visible, the max

> > scale

> > > is set automatically but although the range of the Y elements does not

> > > change

> > > the scale get's higher the more elements I have, see attached

pictures:

> > > one.gif, two.gif, three.gif.

> > >

> > > The scale and grid's max should be roughly similar to the one shown in

> > > three.gif in all cases shown

> > > regardless of how many element I have the grid scale should be

dependent

> > on

> > > the maximum element I have on the Y axis .

> > >

> > > Thank you,

> > >

> > > Erez G-B .

> > >

> > >

> > >

> >

> >

>

>

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Hi,

Thank you, I found my problem,

visually, stacked lines chart and unstacked lines chart

look the same, I needed to set the stacked property to false.

Once false the lines chart seem to work fine, maybe you can

ignore this property while the gallery is lines in future builds

as a safty measure.

Erez G-B.

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

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> I do not understand.

>

> 1) Are you are you not setting the Stacked property ? Is it the DEFAULT

> value (None) ?

>

> 2) You mention secondary Y-Axis but I only see one Y-Axis (to the left).

Can

> you please explain ?

>

> 3) Do you have a snippet of code that reproduces the problem ?

>

> FP

> Software FX Support

>

> "Erez" <nospam@myown.com> wrote in message

> news:PW2a$602DHA.3008@WEBSERVER1...

> > Hi,

> >

> > I am not sure that is the problem.

> >

> > Stacked mode with line charts means getting more then one line,

> > for each secondery Y axis I get a line, this is not the problem.

> >

> > Simply put the Max for the Y axis is calculated wrongly

> > by ChartFx, it happens even without calling RecalcScale.

> >

> > Thank you,

> >

> > Erez G-B .

> >

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

> > news:OLQ1hGx2DHA.3512@WEBSERVER1...

> > > Line charts don't support stacking. I think what's happening is that

you

> > are

> > > calling RecalcScale while the chart is a stacked chart and then you

are

> > > displaying a Line chart (which is not stacked).

> > >

> > > The solution is to either set Stacked to None or use BAR or AREA as

your

> > > gallery (the only types that support Stacked).

> > >

> > > FP

> > > Software FX Support

> > >

> > > "Erez" <nospam@myown.com> wrote in message

> > > news:LMBK7jt2DHA.3512@WEBSERVER1...

> > > > Hi,

> > > >

> > > > I am having this problem which occures even after installing the

> latest

> > > > build from the site :

> > > >

> > > > I am using a stacked lines chart with the legend box visible, the

max

> > > scale

> > > > is set automatically but although the range of the Y elements does

not

> > > > change

> > > > the scale get's higher the more elements I have, see attached

> pictures:

> > > > one.gif, two.gif, three.gif.

> > > >

> > > > The scale and grid's max should be roughly similar to the one shown

in

> > > > three.gif in all cases shown

> > > > regardless of how many element I have the grid scale should be

> dependent

> > > on

> > > > the maximum element I have on the Y axis .

> > > >

> > > > Thank you,

> > > >

> > > > Erez G-B .

> > > >

> > > >

> > > >

> > >

> > >

> >

> >

>

>

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