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Labels below x-axis in Teechart

Posted on 2011-02-24
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I am trying to fix a graph that was created using TeeChart in which the y-axis labels continue to display below the x-axis. Depending on the range of data and the size of the increments, the labels are sometimes interfering with the x-axis labels. Generally, the labels continue until the next increment lower than the data represented. I need to find a way to either limit the labels/ticks within axis lines or get the count and remove the lowest.

I have provided a partial screenshot to show the issue.
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Question by:WCCrobert
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WCCrobert earned 0 total points
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This issue is actually resolved in the newer versions of TeeChart V 3.5 so I'm closing the question.
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Issue resolved by upgrading to newer version.
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