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Extra space to the right of plot area even though legend is closed

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Brian Battersby asked on 19 Sep 2009, 05:02 PM
Even though I have the legend closed, there is still extra space to the right of the plot area in charts.  Could you please tell me how I can make the plot area go all the way to the right edge?

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Brian

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answered on 22 Sep 2009, 09:25 PM
Hey Brian,

If you set the AutoLayout property of the RadChart to true, it should automatically align the chart to the center.

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answered on 22 Sep 2009, 10:10 PM
Thanks for your reply.

I actually don't want any extra space to  the right of the plot area.  I need the charts to go all the way to the right edge.  Is this possible?

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answered on 22 Sep 2009, 10:35 PM
Hey Brian,

After looking into it a little bit more, I actually found a better way to do this.

In the properties window of RadChart, go to Plot Area -> Appearance -> Dimensions -> Margins. You should be able to easily set the margins values to achieve the effect you are looking for. If you set them all to 0%, the chart should fill the entire area.

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answered on 23 Sep 2009, 05:06 AM
Hello Robert,

I tried making all the margins to 0 in Plot Area -> Appearance -> Dimensions -> Margins as you had suggested.  However, this does not resize the chart.  I tried turning off and on Plot Area -> Appearance -> Dimensions -> Autosize and no dice.  I also tried aligning the plot area to the right and it does not move.  I did get the chart to auto resize by placing it on a panel within a table layout panel.

-Brian
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