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.net 3.5 Chart Control need to show x axis radians on top of series area instead of under - Radar Chart?

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I am programmatically building a Radar chart that can have 1 or more series, the series are filled in solid and the colors cannot be transparent.  The issue I'm having is that I need to have the X axis radians showing on top of the series instead of under - the Y axis lines show on top of the series.  I did enabled the MajorTickMarks on the Y axis which at least gives an indication where the X axis radians are but I need to have the entire radian showing.  Is this possible? Radar Chart need X axis Radians to show
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I found a work around by creating 2 charts 1 the full color version the second one has the series colors set to transparent.  Then I programatically overlapped the images putting the transparent one on top - only the series colors where set to transparent so the graph axis lines show.
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