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How to suppress "Plot Area" tooltip?


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I'm using ChartFX Client-Server, and would like to suppress the tooltip that

says "Plot Area" when the mouse is positioned over the chart. I like the

tooltips for data points, but the "Plot Area" tooltip is likely to be

confusing to my users.

I've searched the Help files for Tooltip, but can't find a property that

sets the "Plot Area" tooltip. In my chart, I have ShowTips set to True, and

the chart's ToolTipText is blank.

GG

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

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> You can turn on/off tooltips, but you can not turn on/off a tooltip for a

> specific area independently.

>

> What you can do is capture the GetTip event and return an empty string for

> those areas you don't want.

>

> For information on GetTip please check the docs.

>

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> FP

> Software FX, Inc.

>

Thanks! That worked OK, with one unusual issue. I use Visual Basic 6, and

setting Chart.hText = vbNullString (the vb intrinsic null string constant)

did not work. When I set Chart.hText = "" it worked OK.

GG

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