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Japannese characters not supported in chart editor.


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Hi,

It looks like the charts is supporting double bytes characters in the legend

and Axis, but not in the editor. So, since Japanese characters are double

bytes the conversion in ansi just creates garbage characters.

In the picture below, what is on the X-axis is supposed to be on the column

names and what is on the legend is supposed to be on the row names.

Can you please confirm if the editor supports the Japanese characters.

Thanks

Artan Dimnaku

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This isssue is resolved.  Actually I was not setting the font at all, I was

using the default from ChartFX one which I guess is not supported in

Japanese. Once I set the font to "MS Mincho" it worked for me too.

"Artan Dimnaku" <Artan.Dimnaku@aspentech.com> wrote in message

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> Hi,

>

> It looks like the charts is supporting double bytes characters in the

legend

> and Axis, but not in the editor. So, since Japanese characters are double

> bytes the conversion in ansi just creates garbage characters.

> In the picture below, what is on the X-axis is supposed to be on the

column

> names and what is on the legend is supposed to be on the row names.

>

> Can you please confirm if the editor supports the Japanese characters.

>

> Thanks

>

> Artan Dimnaku

>

>

>

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Thanks FP.  As always that was fast and very helpful.

Artan Dimnaku

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

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> Make sure you set the FONT in the data editor to a font that supports

> Japanese character like you are doing with the chart and legend.

>

> To set the font on the data editor:

>

> chart.DataEditorObj.Font = <font>

>

> --

> FP

> Software FX

>

>

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