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  1. Is there an option to use the zoomline chart with gradients? same as in the attached image?
  2. Can I design my bar chart with different gradient colors for each bar? for example: the first bar will be a gradient of red & white and second, will be purple & blue? In my chart, I managed to create gradients but it didn't let me give the second bar different colors Thanks
  3. Hello, is there a way to make a linear color gradient for a linear gauge. Attached is the current style of my chart. I understand there are "gaugeFillMix" and "gaugeFillRatio" properties for this, however I'm not sure how to use them for this situation. I would like to change the chart color from a solid green, to a gradient of white on the left side and becoming greener as it gets closer to the right side. Thank you
  4. Linear Gauge Gradient

    Hi there, how can i do a horizontal gradient on a linear gauge chart?
  5. I am currently working on a fusionmap with the following json definition for its color range: colorRange: { gradient: 1, code: "1268b3", startlabel:"Low", endlabel:"High" } However this means the minimum value's color is 000000. I would ideally like to be able to specify the minimum value's color without restricting the maximum value color to a particular value. The json below would have been ideal, but unfortunately it doesn't work: colorRange: { gradient: 1, code: "1268b3", startlabel:"Low", endlabel:"High", color: { minValue:0, code:"ffffff" } } Please note that I want the max value to be undefined in the json. Any idea how this could be achieved?