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Hi all, me again !

I’m looking for inverting the Y axis. I want to make a chart which chronology goes from top to the bottom. I don’t see any property that talks about this and there is no example showing that kind of feature. Is it possible to do ?

Thank you

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Hi there,

Please, find the AxisBase.FlipCoordinates property, you can do this setting it to True. BTW, there is the example, which demonstrates its usage, take a look at Line Chart example. Maybe you just didn’t noticed this behavior.

Best regards,
Yuriy

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    Oh yeah sorry, my bad, I didn't noticed that it was inverted. Thank you
  • Chaos
    And more or less about the same subject : I did change my X and Y axis, I replaced one by the other to have a vertical chart. Is it normal that I have a kind of square line result ?Attached : a picture with my chart before change (left) and after change (right)Note : I did just change Y by X and X by Y, I didn't touched any property
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