Vertical angle labels on the Line chart not working

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Posted by Krzysiek on 21st June 2016

I'm using csv data and line chart. I'm trying to set vertical labels because I have lot of x labels but I fail. This is commands that I'm using:

              line[i] = new RGraph.Line('cvs'+i,data[i])
       .Set('labels', labels)
                     .Set('labels.above.size', 8)
                     .Set('noxaxis', true)
                     .Set('shadow', true)
                     .Set('shadow.offsetx', 10)
                     .Set('shadow.offsety', 10)
                     .Set('shadow.blur', 10)
                     .Set('hmargin', 15)
                     .Set('background.grid.autofit.numvlines', 7)
                     .Set('colors', ['Gradient(#DDF:#01B4FF)'])
                     .Set('linewidth', 2)
                     .Set('strokestyle', 'white')
       .Set('textSize', '8')
       .Set('gutterLeft',40 )
       .Set('gutterBottom',10 )
       .Set('scaleZerostart', 'true')
       .Set('textAccessible', 'true')

What am I doing wrong? Is there some method to reduce number of displayed x labels?

Best regards,
Posted by Richard on 21st June 2016
Hi there,

Accessible text doesn't work with angles. So try disabling it:

line[i] = new RGraph.Line('cvs'+i, data[i])
     .set('labels', labels)

     // You don't need to put quotes around the true or false values
     .set('textAccessible', false)

     // Nor do you need quotes around numbers
     .set('textSize', 8)


Posted by Krzysiek on 21st June 2016
Thanks Richard,

Now it works!

Best regards,
Posted by Jack on 28th August 2016
Thanks Krzysiek, Richard, I had the exactly same issue! It would be super nice if you guys document this incompatibility here: => textAngle... => textAngle...

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