Visifire v2.0.9 beta Released



This release contains fix for the following bugs:

  • Property – Enabled did not work for the element – DataSeries for Chart types – Column, Bar, StackedColumn, StackedBar, StackedColumn100 and StackedBar100.
  • For the Chart type – Line, if the DataPoint was not set, Chart was being drawn assuming the unset value to 0.
  • Localization was not handled for property – YValue of DataPoint.
  • In WPF, Chart threw exception at the first render if the window containing chart was minimized.
  • In WPF, Chart threw exception if window containing chart was Maximized with Width & Height of the Chart not set.
  • For a Chart with single DataSeries, ShowInLegend property of DataPoint did not work.
  • If property – BorderStyle for DataPoint was set, Chart threw exception for the Chart type – Area.
  • In Silverlight, if property – DockInsidePlotArea was set to True for Title at runtime, the PlotArea did not occupy the space vacated by Title after being docked.
  • Legend Title misaligned, if property – TitleAlignmentX of Legend was set to either Right or Left.
  • Chart types – Pie/Doughnut did not render as expected if property – YValue was undefined/empty or property – Enabled was set to False for DataPoint.
  • Gap between the columns for Chart types – StackedColumn, StackedColumn100 & Column was unequal.
  • For Chart types – Pie/Doughnut, if property – View3D was set to False & property – StartAngle was set, chart did not animate as expected.
Current release also contains the following enhancements:
  • For Scrollable Charts, AxisXLabel clipping on both side of the Scroll Bar has been improved.
Download Visifire v2.0.9 beta here.

Team Visifire


  1. February 3rd, 2009 | 2:22 am

    I don’t know why,but this still happens:
    when redesign the width or hight in my chart of silverlight in Blend 2,these property may define twice as follows:

  2. February 3rd, 2009 | 2:22 am

    Visifire_Charts:Chart Height=”205″ Width=”325″ Canvas.Top=”44″ Canvas.Left=”22″ Name=”chtTest” Width=”334″ Height=”230″

  3. Chirag
    February 3rd, 2009 | 3:14 am


    It would be convenient, if you start a thread in Visifire forum. We can share samples, screenshots etc & can corner out the bug swiftly.

    However, one of our developer will reply to you here.


  4. vivek
    February 3rd, 2009 | 4:08 am


    It happens only in Silverlight since we have defined new Width and new Height for Chart in order to override default Width and Height of Control, but the Silverlight designer is unable to override the default Width and Height of Control. That’s why the designer is showing Width and Height twice. Sometimes even Height and Width properties are automatically added to XAML while Height and Width properties are already exists.

    With WPF, it works fine.

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