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Exactly what features are supported by what versions?

Posted By John Linacre 10 Years Ago
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Folks:

Am evaluating Nevron software, and am having trouble identifying which features are supported by which versions (Lite, Professional, Enterprise) and are in which packages. For instance, "NChartGridControl", "NSelectorTool", "NTrackballTool".

I am working through the Examples and the Help file, but they assume that all features of all packages are available.

Does anyone have a list of what "N..." are included in each version and package, or know where I can find such a list?



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Hello John,

 

You can observe the differences between the editions from the Help Documentation (Features List): http://help.nevron.com/dotnetvision/

and the Chart Editions Comparison List.



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Hi,

I had the evaluation license to use some XY and XYZ scatter point plots in my application. After getting a professional license, the watermark shows in the the plots, but for my surprise also in the XY chart as you can see in the picture attached, with "Using functionality from higher edition" written. How do I remove the watermark?

http://www.nevron.com/Products.ChartFor.NET.FeatureList.aspx

 

 



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Hi Leonardo,

Can you post the code you use to configure the control for review? Also the control has a chart in the background that you don't use - most likely this is the default chart. To get rid of it call

nChartControl1.Panels.Clear();

before adding new charts.



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Hi

I have the same problem.  The watermark on my charts still have the watermark.  How do you make that go away?

Also, how do you label the Depth axis?

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Please address all licensing related questions to: sales@nevron.com

Regarding labeling the Depth axis – you should add title for the Depth axis just like you have titles for the other axes.



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I thought this code would work.  It does not give errors but it also does not work.

 

chart.Axis(StandardAxis.PrimaryX).ScaleConfigurator = linearScale
linearScale.Title.Text = "Angle Degrees"

Dim scaleConfiguratorY As NStandardScaleConfigurator = CType(chart.Axis(StandardAxis.PrimaryY).ScaleConfigurator, NStandardScaleConfigurator)
scaleConfiguratorY.Title.Text = "Gain (" & dBunits & ")"

Dim scaleConfiguratorZ As NStandardScaleConfigurator = CType(chart.Axis(StandardAxis.SecondaryY).ScaleConfigurator, NStandardScaleConfigurator)
scaleConfiguratorZ.Title.Text = "Frequency (MHz)"



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The depth axis can be accessed with:

chart.Axis(StandardAxis.Depth)

Your code uses SecondaryY, which refers to a secondary Y axis (that is not visible by default). Please try with StandardAxis.Depth and make sure that the axis itself is visible.


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Hi, thanks for the reply but this code does not work.  I've tried several variations also and still can't get the depth axis title to show up.

Dim scaleConfiguratorZ As NStandardScaleConfigurator = CType(chart.Axis(StandardAxis.Depth).ScaleConfigurator, NStandardScaleConfigurator)
scaleConfiguratorZ.Title.Text = "Frequency (MHz)"



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Hi Luis,

The code looks Ok, probably it's run out of context - please post the complete code you use to configure the control. Also did you call the nChartControl.Refresh() method?



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