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Gets and Sets the type of data-point labels placed next to data-points. Depending upon setting, you may also need to set Strings.PointLabels, or Strings.DataPointLabels.


Gets and Sets whether plotting method graphic commands are clipped to within the axis in which they reside. Set this property to False to disable clipping. Manually scaling and zooming can both cause plotting graphics to extend outside its axis.


Gets and Sets whether line thickness is independent of image size. This property works with solid line types produced when Plot.Method is set to Line.


This property controls whether data labels are placed next to data points. The type of labels is defined by Plot.Options.AllowDataLabels.


Gets and Sets whether dashed lines show hidden area plots behind other area plots.


Set to True to add a drop shadow effect to line plotting methods. The shadow effect is very subtle and helps with contrast.


Controls thickness for all non solid points (cross, dash, non solid dot, etc) for PePlot.Method set to Point. Pixel units are for images less than 3300 pixels in size else thickness scales larger. 1 = 1 pixel 2 = 2 pixels 3 and higer = multiples of a thin line logical unit unit.


This property enables and controls the size of the minimum point size. This property is helpful when using small charts and need to maintain a minimum point size.


When using MarkDataPoints, this property controls the size of the maximum marker size. Default is enabled, So new v7 has smaller marker sizes for large charts.


This property enables and controls the size of the minimum point size. This property is helpful when using small charts and you want to maintain a minimum point size.


Gets and Sets whether line graphs will have gaps (broken lines) where null data is located. Null data is defined by the Data.NullDataValue and Data.NullDataValueX properties.


Related to PointColors property. When PointColorLineAdj is True (non-zero), this causes the line segment preceeding the data point to be colored. Else, the line segment extending past the data point is colored.


Gets or Sets the gradient style for point plotting methods.


If Plot.Methods() is being used, then by default, plotting methods will automatically be sorted. Sorting results in plotting methods being drawn in this order: Area, Bar, OHLC, Point, and Line. Set this property to FALSE to disable sorting and draw plotting methods in the order of their subset index.


If only one element is defined, controls all subset point sizes globally by this amount, else, each subset index can be assigned a point size factor. For example, setting to 2.0 will produce point sizes twice as large.


Gets or Sets the frequency of symbols placed into plotting methods when Color.ViewingStyle = MonoWithSymbols.


Gets and Sets whether comparison subsets are plotted via Plot.Method or Plot.ComparisonMethod.


This property controls how triangle data symbols are located. If True, triangles are located so their vertex is at the y data value. This allows up-triangle and down-triangle symbols to work as pointers and point to the location defined by the y data value. If False, symbols are centered at the y data location.