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Moving inner Numeric Gauge

Posted By Gabriel Lebron 6 Years Ago
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Hello I am trying to add a Inner gauge to My Half North gauge.  I can move it left using the off set but cant seem to move it up I have used all types of numbers in the Angle field. Here is a picture of what i mean



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Hello Gabriel,
In your case you can try setting the following properties for Gauge Area 1 (the Numeric Display) in the Layout tab:
- Uncheck Automatic, select Position Mode: Parent Radial; Parent Area: Gauge Area 0
- Offset: 130
- Angle: -90

Take a look at the following KB topic: http://support.nevron.com/KB/a140/add-radial-sub-gauge-to-the-gauge-web-part.aspx

For the Numeric Display gauge, you can also play with the display segments size (Cell Width, Cell Height etc.) to achieve the required result.

Questions or comments, please feel free.



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That Work Out - Thanks for the Help



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