Yummier pies! [A technique for more flexible gradient styling of Silverlight Toolkit pie charts]


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PieDataPointMappingModeUpdater.zip

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  1. In this issue: Pete Brown, Damon Payne, Agata Staniak, Justin Angel, and David Anson. Shoutout: John

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

  3. Rudi says:

    Hi, this was exactly what I'm looking for. I indeed created the earlier graph discussed by Pete but couldn't scale. After trying all kind of transformations in the xaml I found your article. I'm trying to do the same in WPF but without much success. When arriving at the PieSeries2Updater the pieDataPoint.Background is sealed and can't be changed. I'm trying to find a workaround but I'm lost for the moment. Do you happen to have any ideas?

    Thanks!

  4. Delay says:

    Rudi,

    I'm afraid I don't understand the problem – "Sealed" is usually an attribute on a class – it shouldn't be coming up here. :( However, this sample is part of my DataVisualizationDemos project and runs just fine on WPF 3.5 and 4, so maybe download that project and you can see this sample in action on WPF:

    blogs.msdn.com/…/nobody-likes-a-show-off-today-s-datavisualizationdemos-release-includes-new-demos-showing-off-stacked-series-behavior.aspx

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