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Crystal Gauge Chart

Posted on 2009-07-01
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I have created 2 gauge charts on a crystal report.  The charts show where our company ranks for ontime jobs vs late jobs as a percentage.  Works great.  But what I want to know, I have the 2 gauges side by side.  I want one gauge to show green bar on the gauge if it is 0 - 20%, yellow from 20% - 70% and red from 70 - 100% for my late jobs.  I have the ontime gauge showing the proper color scale now.  But it appears that you can only have one color combination on your gauge charts and that is it.  Do you have any ideas how I could trick crystal reports into letting me have two different color combinations?
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Dan3D earned 500 total points
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Have you tried just creating TWO single-gauge charts and positioning them side-by-side?
Then you would have two independent charts that could be styled individually.

-Dan
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Since Dan wrote the graphics part of Crystal, I suspect that is the only way to do it.

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