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Issue 21.5 ('Photomosaics')
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New Charts and a Bug Fix

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Issue: 21.5 (September/October 2023)
Author: Marc Zeedar
Author Bio: Marc taught himself programming in high school when he bought his first computer but had no money for software. He's had fun learning ever since.
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Last issue I wrote about Xojo's new charting tools. Now in the new 2023r2 of Xojo, they've added a stacked bar chart option as well as a few other tweaks, so I thought I'd briefly summarize those improvements.

Stacked Bars

The new stacked bar chart uses the same dataset as the regular bar chart, so it's easy to modify our previous Xojo project to support stacked.

The first thing I did was to add a "Stacked" option to the pmChartType popupMenu's initial value (see Figure 1).

Then I went to the SelectionChanged event of pmChartType and modified its select case statement as follows:

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