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how can I change the main point (corner point) in tchart .
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Question by:Elnazear
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Epsylon earned 75 total points
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Do you mean this?

Chart1.BottomAxis.Automatic := false;
Chart1.BottomAxis.Maximum := 15;
Chart1.BottomAxis.Minimum := 2;
Chart1.LeftAxis.Automatic := false;
Chart1.LeftAxis.Maximum := 25;
Chart1.LeftAxis.Minimum := 10;

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by:Elnazear
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thanks friend for this comment and I accepted it as answer.
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