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Bug #7729 Wrong axis X label placement
Submitted: 2006-05-26 08:01 UTC
From: filipga at gmail dot com Assigned:
Status: Closed Package: Image_Graph (version 0.7.2)
PHP Version: 4.3.9 OS: Linux (2.6.9 ?)
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 [2006-05-26 08:01 UTC] filipga at gmail dot com (Filip)
Description: ------------ When I set vertical font angle for axis X I see that the label of the axis is not placed under the axis line, but higher (across the axis line). I checked that behaviour on example given with Image_Graph package and that behaves the same (wrong) way on my server. Have look at http://filip.swk.cz/graphtest/plot_candlestick.php and compare it with an official example at http://pear.veggerby.dk/samples/show/id/plot_candlestick/ (here the label placement is correct - under the axis X line) Interesting thing is that the longer the label text is, the more white space under the line is (the higher the axis line is moved up). Test script: --------------- Have a look at live example here: http://filip.swk.cz/graphtest/plot_candlestick.php which is a copy of original pear/doc/Image_Graph/docs/examples/plot_candlestick.php example. Expected result: ---------------- I would expect the axis X label placement under the axis line as seen at page http://pear.veggerby.dk/samples/show/id/plot_candlestick/ Actual result: -------------- The label of the axis is not placed under the axis line, but higher (across the axis line).

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 [2006-05-26 09:38 UTC] filipga at gmail dot com
Summary text typo fixed.
 [2006-06-13 13:04 UTC] filipga at gmail dot com
I downloaded CVS version some time ago and it works as expected. It seems that the bug has already been solved. Thanks.