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  1. Hello! I am currently trying to use a mscombidy2d chart and I cannot figure out how to show units on the second axis. Editing the example I found on your site you can see that the first Y axis works perfectly fine when using defaultNumberScale, numberScaleUnit and numberScaleValue attributes. However, when adding attributes for the second Y axis I don't achieve the same result: I found those attributes in your API for mscombidy2d: Am I doing something wrong? How can I achieve the same result as in the first axis? Thanks in advance!
  2. Hello, Is there any way to avoid the collision that can happen between bar value and line dot, as shown in attached screenshot? Specifically, the collision occurs over the first bar where the bar value and line dot want to occupy the same space. Secondly, I've requested that the bar values be placed outside of the bars but the 2nd bar's value isn't cooperating. I believe this has to do with the amount of space above the bar. Is there a way to make sure there's always enough room above the bars to display the values so that no overlap happens? Thanks, Emilio dataSource JSON.txt
  3. Hi There, I have been reading the documentation and wanted to check which combination chart will best meet the requirements to convert this existing chart to fusion chart. Please take a look at the image of the chart attached Documentation reference Link: I think that my best chance would be to implement mscombidy2d but not sure as it does not mention stacked column in combination with line with dual axis. Any help and advice on this is appreciated. Thanks and Kind Regards, Bharat Patel