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Defines the color used for the altitude (Z axis) in a Surface chart.
grSurfaceAltitudeColor(CHART_Surface, 100, LightRed)
grSurfaceAltitudeColor(CHART_Surface, 0, PastelBlue)
grSurfaceAltitudeColor(<Chart name> , <Altitude> , <Color>)
<Chart name>: Control name or character string
Name of the chart to be used. This name can correspond to:
  • the chart name defined through programming with grCreate.
  • the name of Chart control (found in the window editor or in the report editor).
<Altitude>: Real
Altitude for which the color will be applied.
<Color>: Integer or Integer constant
Color for the specified altitude. This color can correspond to:
If altitude colors are specified, the facets found at this altitude will be colored accordingly.
For the facets found between two colors, a linear gradient will be applied.
For the facets outside color bounds, the color of the series will be applied.
Related Examples:
WD Chart Training (WINDEV): WD Chart
[ + ] This example presents the different uses of the Chart control.
Different types of charts are presented:
- Pie
- Sunburst
- Line
- Scatter
- Column
- Area
- etc.

The main features presented here are the possibility to customize of charts from the code, as well as to fill the chart from an HFSQL data file, or in the editor.
Component: wd300grf.dll
Minimum version required
  • Version 18
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Last update: 06/22/2023

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