Android Question xChart / Design

FrankDev

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hello

is this feasible with xChart,
i.e. dashed lines and without border limit
(maybe with transparent ?)

the problem is perhaps the 0 line which is also dashed here.

Best regards
Frank
 

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FrankDev

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hello Klaus,

I already had that, only the top and right lines are gone.

I have already removed the frame completely,
(BarChart1.GridFrameColor = xui.Color_Transparent)
but then I'm missing the 0-line...

at least for stacked and bar.
With Line it is there ?!?
 
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FrankDev

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@klaus

with

Chart1.DrawGridFrame = False.

I remove the upper and right boundaries from the chart.
This draws a rectangle around the chart, so to speak.

I wanted to remove the Y-axis. (left)
I have therefore set the axis colour to transparent.

But when I do this, the x-axis of the diagram is also missing.

I have seen how the x-axis cannot be displayed in xChart.
but didn't want to change the source because of that.

Best regards
Frank

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FrankDev

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Hello Klaus,

the diagram now starts 'all' on the left. Before, I always had an empty area before the chart started.
For me it is better now. (I didn't know how to get rid of the empty area until now).

But the issue with the X-axis is a different one.

regards
Frank
 

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FrankDev

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it is about the red line

It's just a line that needs to be changed in your source.

wrote you a pn
 

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