LSUgirl Posted August 1, 2007 Report Share Posted August 1, 2007 1. In 6.2, we used the following to disable the toolbar on a chart. What is the function in 7.x? I don't want the user to have the right-click menu. And is there a way to define it in the aspx page? Chart1.AllowEdit = false; 2. In 7.0, how can I have the following stacked behavior in the aspx page? Chart1.AllSeries.Stacked = Stacked.Normal; where do I put that in here? When I'm selecting it from the style, it's not saving the tag in the chart. I want to just hardcode it but I don't know where it should go. <chartfx7:Chart ID="Chart1" runat="server" Height="592px" Palette="Schemes.Professional" Width="375px"> <AxisY Title-Text=""> </AxisY> <AxisX Title-Text=""> </AxisX> <Series> <chartfx7:SeriesAttributes /> <chartfx7:SeriesAttributes /> <chartfx7:SeriesAttributes /> </Series> <AllSeries Gallery="Gantt" BarShape="Cylinder"> </AllSeries> <LegendBox Dock="Bottom"> </LegendBox> <SpecialObjects> <chartfx.webforms.adornments.imageborder assemblyname="ChartFX.WebForms.Adornments" color="93, 123, 157"></chartfx.webforms.adornments.imageborder> <chartfx.webforms.galleries.bar></chartfx.webforms.galleries.bar> </SpecialObjects> <View3D Enabled="True" /> <MainPane AxisY-Title-Text="" /></chartfx7:Chart> I'm asking about the aspx page definition because I'm going to eventually create a theme skin that can be used on the aspx pages. I don't want to have to modify/add items to the code behind (cs). Quote Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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