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I am trying to use MSCombi3D. However facing multiple issues with labels.

However MSCombi2D works really well and doesnt have any problem with the same chart xml.

Please see picture below of MSCombi2D (without issue) and MSCombi3D with issue.

1. Data Labels getting truncated

2. Chart not responding to label parameters (labelDisplay='ROTATE'  slantLabels='1')

3. Yaxis label unclear


Here is the Chart XML used for both.

<chart lineThickness='0.5'  shadowAlpha='0'  showShadow='1' showFCMenuItem='0' showValues='0'  anchorRadius='1.5'  divLineAlpha='100'  divLineColor='E0E0E0'  divLineIsDashed='0'  showAlternateHGridColor='0'  alternateHGridAlpha='3'  alternateHGridColor='000000'  adjustDiv='1' numDivLines='7' numVDivLines='5'  vDivLineIsDashed='0'  vdivLineAlpha='100'  vdivLineColor='E0E0E0'  showAlternateVGridColor='0' numberScaleValue='1000,1000,1000'  numberScaleUnit='K,M,B'  formatNumber='1'  formatNumberScale='1'  chartRightMargin='5'  chartLeftMargin='0'  chartTopMargin='5'   showBorder='0'  bgColor='FFFFFF,CACACA'  bgAngle='270'  bgAlpha='10,10' setAdaptiveYMin='1' enableSmartLabels='1' labelDisplay='ROTATE'  slantLabels='1'  labelStep='1' connectNullData='1' baseFont ='Verdana'  baseFontSize ='10' legendPosition='BOTTOM'  showLegend='1'  legendShadow='0' showCanvasBase='0' canvasBorderColor='000000' canvasBorderThickness='1' canvasBorderAlpha='20' outCnvbaseFontSize='10' outCnvBaseFontColor='000000' xAxisName='Amount' yAxisName='' captionPadding='2' xAxisNamePadding='0' yAxisNamePadding='0' startAngY='-30' XYWallDepth='2' endAngY='0' ZXWallDepth='2' ><categories><category label='Less than 10' /><category label='Less than 20' /><category label='Less than 30' /><category label='Less than 40' /><category label='Less than 50' /><category label='Less than 60' /></categories><dataset seriesName='Hit Count'  anchorBgColor='FFFF00' renderAs='Line' ><set value='1' /><set value='2' /><set value='1' /><set value='0' /><set value='5' /><set value='3' /></dataset><dataset seriesName='Miss Count'  anchorBgColor='FFFF00' renderAs='Column' ><set value='3' /><set value='1' /><set value='1' /><set value='3' /><set value='2' /><set value='5' /></dataset><styles> <definition>  <style name='CaptionFont' type='font' size='0' />  <style name='myLegendFont' type='font' isHTML='1' /> </definition> <application>   <apply toObject='CAPTION' styles='CaptionFont' />   <apply toObject='SUBCAPTION' styles='CaptionFont' />   <apply toObject='LEGEND' styles='myLegendFont' />  </application> </styles> </chart>


Please advice.

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Could you please send us the chart version and width, height of the chart.
1. and 3. We are not able to replicate the issue in our lab. (need some more detail, please see above).
2. Our True 3D chart do not support labelDisplay='ROTATE'  slantLabels='1' attributes as of now. 
PS: You can see the chart version from its debug window. Please refer to this : to render the chart in debug mode.

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