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Setting The Background

RadChart offers a variety of ways to define backgrounds. Here are the main scenarios:

1. Solid color

… -> FillStyle -> FillType -> Solid

… -> FillStyle -> MainColor ->

2. Simple 2-color gradient

… -> FillStyle -> FillType : Gradient

… -> FillStyle -> MainColor ->

… -> FillStyle -> SecondColor ->

… -> FillStyle -> FillSettings -> GradientMode ->

3. Complex Gradient

… -> FillStyle -> FillType -> ComplexGradient

… -> FillStyle -> FillSettings -> ComplexGradient -> Collection ->

… -> FillStyle -> FillSettings -> GradientAngle ->

4. Hatch (2-color pattern)

… -> FillStyle -> FillType -> Hatch

… -> FillStyle -> MainColor ->

… -> FillStyle -> SecondColor ->

… -> FillStyle -> FillSettings -> HatchStyle ->

5. Custom Image

… -> FillStyle -> FillType -> Image

… -> FillStyle -> FillSettings -> BackgroundImage ->

… -> FillStyle -> FillSettings -> ImageAlign ->

… -> FillStyle -> FillSettings -> ImageDrawMode ->

… -> FillStyle -> FillSettings -> ImageFlip ->

6. Opacity

You can achieve opacity by specifying an alpha transparency to the color, in addition to the red-green-blue values. The alpha value should come first, like this:

[transparency level0 - 255]; [red 0 - 255]; [green 0 - 255]; [blue 0 - 255]

The greater the opacity value, the less transparent the background is.

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