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Courouble Damien
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Courouble Damien asked on 10 Feb 2011, 03:31 PM
Hi there, 

I'm facing issue displaying X axis item labels when having more thant 1025 points
It's ok with 1024 points ( I know it's not readable but all the labels are displayed very close to each others), With 1025 points only two labels are displayed on the bottom left of the axis X.

Is it a bug ? 

Is there a way to display labels every 10 or 20 points in order to be able to read labels when many points ? 

Thanks

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Yavor
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answered on 15 Feb 2011, 10:24 AM
Hi Courouble Damien,

You can modify the way ticks and labels are positioned along the axis by modifying the Step and LabelStep properties. Here is a quote from this topic in our online help system:

AxisX.Step and AxisX.LabelStep are related:

  • First, AxisX.Step is used to calculate which tick should be visible and which not.
  • Second, having the ticks, AxisX.LabelStep is used to calculate for which ticks the label should be visible and for which it souldn't. It means that the AxisX.LabelStep takes the ticks as a base.

Hope this information helps!

Best wishes,
Yavor Ivanov
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Grégory
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answered on 27 May 2011, 10:31 AM
Hello,

Did you find a solution for this. It would help me a lot if you share it.
Thank you!
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Yavor
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answered on 31 May 2011, 08:38 AM
Hi Grégory,

This issue is logged in our bug tracking system and our developers have been notified. You can monitor its progress from this bug page in our PITS system, vote for it and post additional comments regarding your particular scenario. Once it is fixed it will be available in the next LIB and official release.

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Yavor Ivanov
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