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Hi there,

 

I am creating a bubble chart with fusionchart-xt and the xml format.  I have problems with the vertical scale.  I want the horizontal lines to have an opacity of 0.15 and the labels of 1.  I cannot succeed to do it.  In short, I want the vertical scale similar to the horizontal one in the attach image.

 

I attach an xml file and image.

 

cheers!

 

didier

bubble.xml

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Thanks Vishalika,

 

I did not succeed to save the fiddle but you will find bellow the xml that generated the pale y axis.

 

cheers!

 

didier

<graph exportEnabled="0"  showYAxisValues="0" divLineAlpha="0" showLimits="0" yAxisMinValue="-9.0" xAxisMinValue="-0.110731989318" showAboutMenuItem="0" yAxisMaxValue="32.0" showAlternateHGridColor="0" canvasPadding="0" showZeroPlane="0" showToolTip="1" showVLimits="0" xAxisMaxValue="0.582691758319" yAxisName="Value"  bubbleScale="0.7" subcaption="Latest data is from 14/09/2015">
    <categories>
        <category showVerticalLine="1" x="-0.110731989318" label="-0.1"/>
        <category showVerticalLine="1" x="-0.010731989318" label="-0.0"/>
        <category showVerticalLine="1" x="0.089268010682" label="0.1"/>
        <category showVerticalLine="1" x="0.189268010682" label="0.2"/>
        <category showVerticalLine="1" x="0.289268010682" label="0.3"/>
        <category showVerticalLine="1" x="0.389268010682" label="0.4"/>
        <category showVerticalLine="1" x="0.489268010682" label="0.5"/>
        <category showVerticalLine="1" x="0.582691758319" label="0.6"/>
    </categories>
    <dataset showValues="1">
        <set name="sdsdsd" color=""
            x="0.3"
            y="25.5"
            z="28.1"
            tooltext="dsssd: X.1"
            />
        <set name="sdsdsd" color=""
            x="0.3"
            y="0.4"
            z="5.0"
            tooltext="0"
            />
        <set name="sddssd" color="FF5555"
            x="-0.0"
            y="-2.5"
            z="0.9"
            tooltext="sddsds.9"
            />
        <set name="sdjdsd" color=""
            x="0.5"
            y="3.7"
            z="7.2"
            tooltext="2"
            />
    </dataset>
    <trendlines>
        <line alpha="15" color="948A54" displayValue=" " endValue="2.05934018754" isTrendZone="1" startValue="-9.0"/>
        <line alpha="15" startValue="-9.0" displayValue="-9"/>
        <line alpha="15" startValue="-3.0" displayValue="-3"/>
        <line alpha="15" startValue="3.0" displayValue="3"/>
        <line alpha="15" startValue="9.0" displayValue="9"/>
        <line alpha="15" startValue="15.0" displayValue="15"/>
        <line alpha="15" startValue="21.0" displayValue="21"/>
        <line alpha="15" startValue="27.0" displayValue="27"/>
        <line alpha="15" startValue="32.0" displayValue="32"/>
    </trendlines>
    <vtrendlines>
        <line alpha="15" color="948A54" displayValue=" " endValue="0.310206573411" isTrendZone="1" startValue="-0.11"/>
    </vtrendlines>
    <styles>
        <definition>
            <style size="10" color="000000" bold="1" name="boldfont" type="font" />
            <style size="10" color="555555" bold="1" name="subcaptionfont" type="font" />
            <style size="10" color="000000" bold="0" name="defaultfont" type="font" />
        </definition>
        <application>
            <apply toObject="CAPTION" styles="boldfont" />
            <apply toObject="SUBCAPTION" styles="subcaptionfont" />
            <apply toObject="XAXISNAME" styles="defaultfont" />
            <apply toObject="YAXISNAME" styles="defaultfont" />
            <apply toObject="DATAVALUES" styles="boldfont" />
        </application>
    </styles>
</graph>

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Hi Vishalika,

 

Thanks a lot for your help.  On the fiddle you shared, all the axis are light, I need them darker.  Only the axis labeld ( -9, -3, 3 , ...) not the grid itself.  Can we do that with fusion charts?

 

thanks

 

didier

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