On Tue, May 19, 2015 at 1:32 PM, Alexandre Bergel <alexandre.bergel(a)me.com>
I do not understand what numberOfDecoratorTicks actually means.
How many ticks you wish to have ? And how many labels?
What I would like is the graph to show as I sent it earlier. That is, each
day is separated from the next day. In this case, I need 30 dividers to
show the 31 days. And there are only 6 ticks shown (as I asked it to do).
I utilized the RTVerticalTickLineDecorator class to build these divisions
(as I noticed happening in one of the examples in the code). However, I
don't want to label each day - there isn't enough space.
So, the number of labels wants to be significantly less than the number of
divisions I want.
Maybe this could be acheived by, say, having a #labelEvery: method where I
could, say, label every 7th tick.
I chose to instead let the decorator have its number of ticks be
potentially divorced from the labeled number of ticks. Maybe not the ideal
What I'd really, really like is to have the X axis be defined by a time
period that I give it, and give it a period to apply ticks over (such as
#day,or #hour), and another ability to divide gantt chart bars over (again,
#day or #hour), and have the data given to the chart be durations (a start
DateTime with duration from then on), and have the chart itself figure out
how all of it fits together. This would be my ideal!