Thanks for your help. I think i may be in a little bit of a Catch-22 situation due to the current state of the API PLEASE let me know if I am mistaken, as it would make my day
Heres the problem:
Currently I graph multiple series on a single chart, since multiple Y-Axis are not supported for a chart yet I am forced to scale my data series, so basially I maintain 2 sets, a log/array which contains the real Numerical data, and then I normalize that to graph it.
I normalize because the data being graphed have very differnt ranges, say 0-100 for some, while others are 0-10000.
Since the data is normalized, when I use the default tooltip I get the normalized data, not the real values. and since they are all differnt, and only 1 Y-Axis is currently supported I cannot use the Tick styling, as each is differnt
I've been trying quite a bit to solve this, and work with the current API state to but I just seem to hit massive trade offs on each. In a prive/protected method of your JAR file is a function which does exactly what I need (at least I think it does =D), and was hoping that there could possibly be access provided to this before the next major release.
Without posting to much here, the function in question has this prototype:
void a(bk resolvedDataPoint, CartesianSeries<?> series, ShinobiChart chart)
and modifies the textbox which is used in the labels.
Please let me know if you have anything to add, I really love Shinobi and the work you all are doing.