Peanut butter jelly time [How to: Create a pleasing visual effect with Silverlight/WPF Charting]


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  6. Ashok says:

    Is it possible to show the axes labels for this Jelly Chart? I've been trying for couple of hours but wasn't able to display the labels. Please help.

  7. Delay says:

    Ashok,

    There are two steps to showing the axis labels: Remove the Width="1"/Height="1" from the relevant Axis (note that there are 4 Axis instances in the XAML for the line/bar X/Y) and then set Foreground="White". I did this just now for the version in my DataVisualizationDemos app (blogs.msdn.com/…/nobody-likes-a-show-off-today-s-datavisualizationdemos-release-includes-new-demos-showing-off-stacked-series-behavior.aspx), and it should apply exactly the same here.

    Hope this helps!