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Gantt Chart's AxisX and AxisY, which is which?


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I post this problem a while ago. Nobody replied. So I digged a bit further myself, but still not sure what's the problem.

 Initially I thought Gantt's AxisX is the vertical one, AxisY is the horizontal one. But when I use the code below to assign differnt color to the axis X and Y. I found the AxisX still is the horizontal one.

I tried to change the Axis's Max to give more room to the pointlables. I tried both

//Chart1.AxisY.Max=Chart1.AxisY.Max*1.1;

//Chart1.AxisX.Max=Chart1.AxisY.Max*1.1;

 Only the "Chart1.AxisY.Max=Chart1.AxisY.Max*1.1;" is working. This somehow proves AxisY is the Horizontal one.

After I change the Max Value, I found the Vertical Axis line disappears. That's very strange.

Could anyone please help with this?

 Thanks a lot,

 

W.D

 

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Chart1.Gallery = SoftwareFX.ChartFX.Gallery.Gantt;

Chart1.AxesStyle=SoftwareFX.ChartFX.AxesStyle.Math;

 

Chart1.AxisX.Visible=true;

Chart1.AxisX.Line.Color=Color.Red;

Chart1.AxisX.Line.Width=10;

Chart1.AxisX.Line.Style=System.Drawing.Drawing2D.DashStyle.Solid;

 

Chart1.AxisY.Visible=true;

Chart1.AxisY.Line.Color=Color.Blue;

Chart1.AxisY.Line.Width=10;

Chart1.AxisY.Line.Style=System.Drawing.Drawing2D.DashStyle.Solid;

Chart1.OpenData(SoftwareFX.ChartFX.COD.Values,1,3);

 

Chart1.Legend[0]="Test1";

Chart1.Value[0,0] = 15;

Chart1.Legend[1]="Test2";

Chart1.Value[0,1] = 20;

Chart1.Legend[2]="Test3";

Chart1.Value[0,2] = 10;

Chart1.CloseData(SoftwareFX.ChartFX.COD.Values);

 

Chart1.RecalcScale();
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I think I find a fix for my problem. To make a chart showing horizontal bars, it's not nessesary to be a Gantt. I could use Bar chart, and also the code below:

Chart1.TypeMask = Chart1.TypeMask | SoftwareFX.ChartFX.ChartType.Horz;

 In this code, the problem (Vertical Axis invisible when re-setting Horizontal Axis's Max) can be avoided.

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