Improving ChartBuilder’s cultural sensitivity [ChartBuilder app/source updated!]


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  1. In this issue: David Miles, Shawn Oster, Jeff Weber, Justin Angel, and Nikola Mihaylov. David Anson has

  2. The Silverlight Toolkit is off to a great start and lots of people have been spending time writing content

  3. It’s been nearly two weeks since the Silverlight Toolkit’s November release . I’ve been trying to keep

  4. peter.loebel says:

    Great tool. Thanks for sharing the code.

    But I have a problem with different types of chart series. It does not work with more then on series.

    Is it right?

    regards from Switzerland

    Peter Loebel

    http://www.silverlight-travel.com/blog

  5. Delay says:

    Peter,

    ChartBuilder – and Charting – supports multiple series on the same chart. I think maybe you’re trying to combine two series types that have incompatible axis requirements (ex: Bar and Column). For more information, please have a look at the section in my ChartBuilder introduction where I explain what works with what (it’s the first item in the usability section): http://blogs.msdn.com/delay/archive/2008/10/29/click-your-way-to-great-silverlight-charts-live-chartbuilder-sample-and-source-code.aspx.

    Hope this helps!

  6. Delay's Blog says:

    The December 08 release of the Silverlight Toolkit was published a short while ago. Just about every

  7. Delay's Blog says:

    In yesterday’s announcement of the December 08 release of Charting for Silverlight , I outlined some

  8. Delay's Blog says:

    It’s been a couple of months since I shared my semi-comprehensive page of Charting resources on the web

  9. En el blog de Felix Wang , he encontrado este artículo donde se agrupan una colección de

  10. Delay's Blog says:

    We’ve just published the March 09 release of the Silverlight Toolkit and I bet there’s something in there

  11. Delay's Blog says:

    In yesterday’s announcement of the March 09 release of the Silverlight Toolkit and Silverlight Charting

  12. It’s been a while since the March 09 release of the Silverlight Toolkit – and even longer since I last