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 Any way to control tooltip on Chart 
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Post Any way to control tooltip on Chart
I have a chart that shows three different datasets. It is an XY Plot type. They all share the same X-axis, which is a number of hours a process has run. The datasets all have two columns, the first is the x value and is an integer. Everything displays fine on the chart. My issue is that when I hover over a point and PMI displays the tooltip, it shows the x-category as a fixed date. For example if I click on the gravity line, I get the following in the tooltip: Gravity: (12/31/69 4:00 PM, 3.9)

The Y-axis looks to be about 3.9, so I believe that is correct. Any idea why it is displaying the X-axis as a date? It does not appear to change from this date, even if I pick a value further along the x-axis.

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Tue Jun 16, 2009 10:05 am
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Post Re: Any way to control tooltip on Chart
Unfortunately, no, currently the classic chart assumes you've got a timeseries x-axis, which is clearly a bad assumption.

I took the liberty of moving this to the feature request forum, it is something that we can fix.

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Tue Jun 16, 2009 12:39 pm
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Post Re: Any way to control tooltip on Chart
Thank you Carl. We appreciate all the upgrades you guys have made to your application. They really do make creating a customized application a possibility for us.

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Post Re: Any way to control tooltip on Chart
This is in for 3.3.3 due out early next week.

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