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i have two charts attached, with only the non 3d chart showing the points.

is there any way to make the 3d chart still print a "slice" rather than

nothing when surrounding values are hidden?

also, for curve charts, when a value is hidden, chartFX takes its "value" as

0 for determining the curvature of the curve. it doesnt use the next non

hidden value, but assumes the hidden is 0, which makes a misleading curve

curving down when it shouldnt

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> i have two charts attached, with only the non 3d chart showing the points.

> ...

3D Line charts don't draw markers (markers look kind of ugly on top of 3D

lines) but you got a point in this case, markers would be useful. I will

discuss this with the development team and we will decide what to for this

situation.

> also, for curve charts, when a value is hidden, chartFX takes its "value"

as

> 0 for determining the curvature of the curve

This is by design.

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FP

Software FX, Inc.

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ok thanks

would it be possible to make an option to get the curvature to be calculated

by the next non hidden point (if one exists)?

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> > i have two charts attached, with only the non 3d chart showing the

points.

> > ...

>

> 3D Line charts don't draw markers (markers look kind of ugly on top of 3D

> lines) but you got a point in this case, markers would be useful. I will

> discuss this with the development team and we will decide what to for this

> situation.

>

> > also, for curve charts, when a value is hidden, chartFX takes its

"value"

> as

> > 0 for determining the curvature of the curve

>

> This is by design.

>

> --

> FP

> Software FX, Inc.

>

>

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