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Questions about Perl "Chart" module

Questions about Perl "Chart" module

Questions about Perl "Chart" module

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I have 2 questions about the "Chart" module for Perl. I am using Active State Perl under NT 4.0 SP4.

1) The "Chart" documentation says that one of the supported chart types is "Pie", but there is no Pie.pm file
in the "Chart" zip file. Is the documentation wrong, or is there somewhere else I can get the "Pie" module?

2) I can't set the background color of my image using "Chart". It comes up with the default color of white no matter what rgb value I try to set it to. Has anyone been able to set the background color using "Chart"? Here is the command I am using in Perl to set a green background, for example:

$obj->set('colors' => {'background' => [0,255,0]});

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