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Tue 31 Aug 2004, 11:28 AM
I am working on an advanced version of our Report It! sample db, and am trying out a technique I tried shortly after Notes 6 came out but haven't touched in a while.  I basically use a bunch of layers to make graphical charts that work for both the web and Notes.  Here are three graphs in a row.  The first is an image showing the graph as it appears in Notes.  The second is an image showing the graph as it appears in IE 5.5 on my machine.  The third is the HTML generated by 6.0.2CF1, which you will see as whatever your web browser renders.  Can anybody tell me how it looks for them?  I will try other browsers and such eventually, but I'd love to hear any quick feedback.  (Even, "you can do that in Notes?").


Scatter graph in Notes (captured as image)

Scatter graph in IE 5.5 (captured as image)

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