Terence Heaford lheaford at icloud.com
Sun Apr 4 13:56:26 EDT 2021

Thanks for your example.

I am basic filling underneath a line chart to make an area chart but the closing lines to the x-Axis do not have a line.

I concluded to draw a polygon twice once with fill and no lines, filled to the x-Axis and overlay it with a similar polygon but not starting/finishing at the x-Axis but finishing at the first/last point. (hope this makes sense).

Will play with your example.



> On 4 Apr 2021, at 18:43, Ian McKnight via use-livecode <use-livecode at lists.runrev.com> wrote:
> The only way I can think to overcome this is to create another graphic -
> the same size as your first one, place it underneath your graphic and group
> them together. Then when all sides are visible you can make this background
> graphic invisible and when sides are 'missing' make it visible again to
> provide the fill or simply leave it visible since it won't be seen under
> your original graphic. When sides 'disappear' and the fill disappears this
> graphic will then provide your fill.

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