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graph: text rotation
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graph: text rotation

graph: text rotation

(OP)
Hello!

I have a graph with bar groups and group labels. I'd like to have these labels running from left to right instead of from top to bottom. So I used
setTextRotation(getGroupLabel(0), 1);
But it doesn't work. Neither does setX1LabelRotate(1);

Does anyone know if there's a certain condition when these function can be used or what I've done wrong?

Thanx!
Eva

RE: graph: text rotation

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Hi Eva,

The following works for me

setTextRotation(getO1Label(),0);

it seems from your note that your referring to the X-axis as X (as would seem appropriate) but for most graph types in WebFOCUS (including bar charts) its referred to as the Ordinate axis hence the O above.

Regards

Tewy

RE: graph: text rotation

(OP)
Hello Tewy,

thanks a lot. I didn't know that X1 is mostly regarded as O1. That explains why many commands didn't work in my graphs. They all work with O1.

Eva

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