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Drawing a SCATTER graph using marker CIRCLE with size 1, the graph is

invisible!!

If I use a size >= 2 for this marker, the graph appears correctly.

Is this a bug of ChartFx?..

I noticed also that the circle shape and the diamond shape are very similar

for size <= 3 (seem the same shape). Is it a bug??

Is it possible to download an upgrade version with this bug fixed?..

I'm using the ChartFx client/server version 5.0.14.0.

Thanks again.

Luca Oddi

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Using Chart FX 5.1 on a default line chart I can see the Circle markers when 

MarkerSize is set to 1 (see attached screenshot). They are 1 pixel in radius

like the MarkerSize directs.

The fact that the circle and the diamond look the same in small sizes is

dues precisely to the small size, in 2 pixels diameter the resolution is

just not enough to make a circle look like a circle.

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> Using Chart FX 5.1 on a default line chart I can see the Circle markers

when

> MarkerSize is set to 1 (see attached screenshot). They are 1 pixel in

radius

> like the MarkerSize directs.

I agree with you using a LINE gallery, but using a SCATTER gallery (without

lines) with MarkerShape=Circle and MarkerSize=1 the problem occurs.

On the contrary, if MarkerSize=2 my series #1 becomes visible (see attached

screenshots).

Why doesn't it work with MarkerSize=1?...

Thank you very much for your attention.

Luca Oddi

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