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Stacked Column Chart, Point labels

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41542 Mar 3,2006 05:06 PM Mar 7,2006 03:13 AM Windows Forms 2
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Craig Boyd
Asked On March 3, 2006 05:06 PM

Hi I''m developing an application that has a large number of charts, one of which is a stacked column chart representing total sales and Gross Profit. I want to be able to label the gross profit series as a percentage of the total sales (see attached picture). I''m using custom points, one for each point in the Gross Profit series. I am using custom points because if i turn on the showtext of the series it will show the value of the gross profit not the percentage. I have a couple of questions however. Firstly is there an easier way to do what i''m trying to achieve? Secondly when i do implement custom points, some of them are not displayed and as i move the mouse pointer over the chart they all disappear and then reappear as i keep moving the pointer. Any thoughts? am i doing something wrong? Regards Craig

StackedChart.zip

Geetha M [Syncfusion]
Replied On March 6, 2006 05:23 AM

Hi Craig, 1. Please find attached a simple sample I created which displays percentage as label (text). It uses Prepare style event of the series to display the series text. F41542.zip 2. Thanks for bringing the issue of CustomPoints disappear and reappear on moving the mouse over the chart into our attention. I have logged a bug report on this and will update you as soon as the issue is fixed. Kindly let me know if this helps you. Thanks and Regards, Geetha.

Craig Boyd
Replied On March 7, 2006 03:13 AM

Thanks Geetha Exactly what I needed Regards Craig

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