I don't know what you are displaying in this diagram - but to me that looks like just several expressions stacked on top of each other with the whole thing being horizontal?
Currently I have the chart like this
You see there are 5 expressions stacked - only 4 are 0 in value, so you see only the one.
There on the x-axis I have my "invisible" expression - just the number is visible - representing the nr. of processed reports. The text "Erledigt:" is a free_text_box.
What I would like (to replace those numbers on the axis) is another expression (column), but NOT stacked on top of the others - which seems to happen automatically in that diagram_type? - but rather in_front_of/ covering the other columns with a dark_green or black column or so.
Can I do that at all in this one diagram or would I have to create another diagram on top of this one with just the one expression?
=> That way I'm sure I could do it
<=> It would be quite time-consuming probably to make sure the new diagram does show exactly the same dimensions etc. as the old one.
P.S: I have tried this out, now - I can make the second diagram transparent, but not so the dimension_labels; These still show, and strangely enough, they are in different places than they are in the first diagram, so they appear like double.
P.P.S.: This does not seem a good idea after all - I tried editing the base file for just one day so I would have something to display in the "foreground-diagram" - and guess what, the column appeared to the right of the original column...
I guess you're right. I've tried combining the two before, but that is obviously not supposed to be done, so it doesn't really work.
I will try with DUAL.
Free_text_boxes in the diagram_area are also a possibility - that way I could also cover the column by using an opaque white background, for instance - only the positioning is a bit of a problem with those, especially when the dimensions can be switched.