John Hunter-4 wrote:
I'm certain this is in an example somewhere but I can't seem to find it.
someone can just point me to the example I'll take it from there. Thank
I have a line chart. I just want to add text or callout box that shows
last value in the line.
Use "text" or "annotate", eg
Let us know if you need any more help
John, thank you. This was exactly what I needed. I now have annotations
all over the place.
One last question. My graph is updating constantly and I need to move
annotation around to highlite certain points as they appear. I can add new
annotations easily enough and they stick to the place where I put them. As
more data is added to the graph, the old annotations become irrelevant and I
need to remove them. How do I delete the ones I don't need anymore from the
graph? I could also just just modify the properties of the existing ones,
both the text and location, if I knew how to get at them, so to speak.
Can you point me the right way?
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