ChartDirector 6.2 (.NET Edition)
public int xZoneColor(double threshold, int belowColor, int aboveColor);
Public Function xZoneColor(threshold As Double, belowColor As Integer, aboveColor As Integer) As Integer
Creates an x-zone color. An x-zone will change from one color to another depending on a threshold value on the x-axis.
For example, if an x-zone color is used as the line color in a line layer, the line will switch from one color to another when its passes through a certain value on the x-axis. Similarly, if an x-zone color is used as the fill color in an area layer, the area will switch from one color to another when it passes through a certain value on the x-axis.
The two colors used in an x-zone color can be other dynamic colors. For example, one color can be a solid color, while the other color can be a dash line color (see !BaseChart.dashLineColor). When this x-zone color is as the line color, the line will change from a solid style to a dash line style when the line passes through a certain value on the x-axis
You may create x-zone colors with more than 2 zones by cascading multiple x-zone colors.
|threshold||(Mandatory)||The x value serving as the threshold for switching between two colors.|
|belowColor||(Mandatory)||The color to use when the x-axis value of the pixel is smaller than the threshold.|
|aboveColor||(Mandatory)||The color to use when the x-axis value of the pixel is greater than the threshold.
A 32-bit integer representing the x-zone color.
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