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I have been importing Chart Fx 3, build 35 ocx into Delphi since Delphi 2.

But now, with the Delphi 6 import (which imported fine), my application is

generating run-time errors "Invalid number of parameters" on the execution

of lines such as:

ChartFx1.FixLeg[0] := sometext

Is this a compatibility problem with ChartFx3 and Delphi 6? If so, what are

my options, and if the only option is an upgrade, will the new version of

ChartFx be backward compatible to version 3, so that I don't have to affect

any code changes?

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Since posting this, I have seen some newsgroup messages indicating that this

may be caused by trouble with Delphi 6 importing ActiveX's.

There seems to be a fixed version available of ChartFxLib_TLB.pas which can

be used to recompile the chartFx package. Where can I download this file?

Thanks for any help.

SD

"S Duguay" <sduguay@qc.maxxam.ca> wrote in message

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> I have been importing Chart Fx 3, build 35 ocx into Delphi since Delphi 2.

> But now, with the Delphi 6 import (which imported fine), my application is

> generating run-time errors "Invalid number of parameters" on the execution

> of lines such as:

>

> ChartFx1.FixLeg[0] := sometext

>

> Is this a compatibility problem with ChartFx3 and Delphi 6? If so, what

are

> my options, and if the only option is an upgrade, will the new version of

> ChartFx be backward compatible to version 3, so that I don't have to

affect

> any code changes?

>

>

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