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About Ryan.Alford

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  1. I have a question about the licensing to clarify things. I am developing a web application for a client that uses JChartFX (who will be paying me for the application) to do so and was wondering if this is violating the free commercial licensing. The client is not going to be selling the application nor will be displaying it for public use under subscription. The client is simply just going to be using it internally for their own use within their department on their own server. I seen on the FAQ that this was a question. It mentioned that they would need to download and install a copy for themselves. I just wanted to get a second opinion if it is ok to sell this application to them without purchesing the OEM license. If this is a problem I plan on removing all of JChartFX and using Flot instead.
  2. This looks great. Thanks for the help. I appreciate it.
  3. Ok I see. Do you know of another way to handle this situation? I was thinking a good way is to have a two panes. One to display all the large bars (6000 or 7000) and the other to display all the small ones (0-50). Do you think this is achievable?
  4. The Axis.setCustomSteps() property is not working. I am using a Gallery.Bar graph with 52 items being rendered with a range of items with values of 2 to items with values of 7000. The issue is that the items that have a value of 2 are so thin in comparison with the 7000 items that they dont show up on the graph. I was hoping to use setCustomSteps() to maybe enlarge the bottom part of the graph. so someone can see it. Any help would be appreciated. http://www.jchartfx.com/api/Axis/CustomSteps
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