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Question about ways to distinguish series mapped to secondary y axis


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I was just wondering apart from specifically setting a color or something

like that if it was possible to distinguish which series is mapped to the y2

axis and which is not? It is very hard right now just looking at a graph

that is generated in chartfx, which just shows the series legend and the

graph itself which series is plotted against the secondary yaxis. Is there

any default way to specify which is mapped to which in the picture? For

instance to have the series names appear above the axis that it is charted

on or something to that effect? Thank you for your time.

-Mac Dyer

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We will highlight the appropriate axis when the mouse hovers over a

particular series but we do not provide a specific way to show the axis

mapped to a series without user interaction. The problem trying to show the

series names above the axis would be space management if the chart has more

than a couple of series. You could use the series names (or some

abbreviation) in the axis titles.

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JC

Software FX Support

"Mac Dyer" <mac@simx.com> wrote in message

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> I was just wondering apart from specifically setting a color or something

> like that if it was possible to distinguish which series is mapped to the

y2

> axis and which is not? It is very hard right now just looking at a graph

> that is generated in chartfx, which just shows the series legend and the

> graph itself which series is plotted against the secondary yaxis. Is

there

> any default way to specify which is mapped to which in the picture? For

> instance to have the series names appear above the axis that it is charted

> on or something to that effect? Thank you for your time.

> -Mac Dyer

>

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