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I would like to suggest one additional feature in the ChartStatus property.

This property currently (Client/Server 5.0) does not account for a change in

the visibility of the Y-axises or a reassignment of a series to a different

Yaxis when using a linegraph. Also, while the ChartStatus property does

change when either the top, bottom, left or right gap is changed, to my

surprise the left - and right gap information is restored from an exported

CHART_CFXOLEFILE file , but the top and bottom gap are not restored. I use

C.FileMask = FMASK_ALL And Not (FMASK_DATA + FMASK_TOOLS)

rc = C.Export(CHART_CFXOLEFILE, fname)

Is there a way to also import the top and bottom gaps?

Thanks for your help.

Henk Borsje

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You are quite right.  The top gap (and I presume also the bottom gap) is

changed when I change the text of the top title. This seems a bit

overambitious of the software, as the title is already there and I am not

changing the font or any of its properties. It looks like I have to store

and reset the top and bottom gap sizes when I change the title. Any

alternatives?

Henk Borsje

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

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> The top and bottom gap are imported, what's likely to be happening is that

> they are being overridden AFTER reading the file.

>

> Do you do anything else after the Import ?

>

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I understand your position.  But only character width in a proportional font

varies, the height doesn't change.

Henk Borsje

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

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> Different text will measure different even in the same font. for example

"i"

> is much smaller than "W".

>

> We simply recalculate everytime the title is set instead of measuring

twice.

>

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> FP

> Software FX

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