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jdgoulden asked on 23 Oct 2008, 04:20 PM
I am having a problem on one computer where when I display a RadChart inside of a dynamically loaded UserControl, the image representing the series are not displayed. As a matter of fact as the page renders I can see the labels added, and the Y scale but I am left with the "Loading image" inside of the chart. In some cases the X and Y axis are hidden as well even though I have seen them loaded. I have a button that sets the X and Y Scale to 1.0 to zoom out that if I click will cause the page to appear normally. Its only when I initially load the page ion the one server I have a problem.

I have tried programatically setting the RadChart1.ClientSettings.XScale to 1.0 and the 

RadChart1.ClientSettings.YScale = 1.0 in the code behind but it makes no difference. Is it possible there is a issue with something like the z-index or something. The project file is extremely large and has a lot of depebndencies otherwise I would send it directly.

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answered on 23 Oct 2008, 04:42 PM
I rebooted the server and the problem appears to have dissapeared, is it possible that there could be a problem with the z-indexing and how it is handled? From looking at the source it appears that the axis and the actual chart are different images, how does the image for the loading icon display?
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answered on 28 Oct 2008, 12:52 PM
Hello jdgoulden,

This is quite odd and we must admit we have not received such reports so far. We do not believe this could be caused by an z-indexing issue as the loading icon you see while the actual image is loading asynchronously is actually set as a background image to the container that holds the image i.e. once the actual image is loaded it simply overlays its container.


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Manuel
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