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Limit range on 3D dial guage

Hi,

i am using 3D Dial gauge. I am trying to show the number of deviations per batch in gauge.for example less than 20 as green, 20 - 40 as yellow and rest as red.

In the SVG Element properties, i can see the red arc , green arc and yellow arc but how to limit the range is not clear to me.

Any idea will be a great help

Thanks

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    Posted on Jan 26, 2008 at 06:18 AM

    Hi Amrita,

    You can set HighLimit and LowLimit in the object properties of the SVG object.

    e.g. set Low Limit = 20

    High Limit = 40

    Hope that helps

    Regards,

    Musarrat

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      I was specifically referring to using the AnimationRenderer action block in the BLT. Prior to using this action block (and setting the Max Limit and Low Limit Properties there), you can use an assignment action block to do your logic. Or you can do your logic within the assignment of the properties.

      The AnimationRenderer asks for you to configure the object and specify which Animated Object to use.Then you can configure the links --- this is where you can set your Max and Low Limits.

      Then after the AnimationRenderer, you need to use the Image Saver action block within the Web section to save the SVG file

      Of course if you wanted to hard code the max and low limits, you could open up your SVG within Dynamic Graphics. Then go to Object Properties and Edit your Max and Low Limit properties this way.

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    Posted on Jan 25, 2008 at 07:31 PM

    What we have done is place an assignment block prior to SVG being generated. There we check the value to determine if it is over or under X then it is capped or bottomed at X.

    Otherwise, there is no capping it unless you go to the SVG and change the logic itself on how it draws the arc

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