That is impossible to take away.
You can hide values of 2nd expresión and put them in segments. Presentation, data on segments.
You can enlarge scale and trunk origin to make room between data, if it's possible.
You can play with the show value box, under every expression. Use a variable to show and hide. First you need to uncheck Show values on daata points.
sorry, I cannot help here - I cannot imagine how QlikView would recognize that - but I have the same issue and would be interested if there was a solution.
Do you have two separate charts? Why not just use a combochart?
=> Maybe you could set one of the two overlapping whatchamacallits to display the value only if the other value is not within a certain range of it (that range would depend on the font_size)? In that case, you would, in certain cases, have only one of the two values displayed, but it would avoid the overlapping.
I'm actually facing with the same problem, and finally I decided to show values only for an expression. However I'm already in trouble because I would like the user to see the values on the pop-ups but the labels are not visible. This labels for the expressions are calculated labels, such as =max(Anno) and =Max(Anno)-1, while there is a third label (not calculated) that is simply BUDGET. do you have any idea why the calculated labels don't work?
Thank you so much
Wow, I really like the second solution!!! How you can create it?
I'm really interested in your QV doc... if you liked to share it, I'd really enjoy it! Thanks
ps: what about the labels I was complaining of? Still, I can't find a way out... when I move the mouse on the chart the following label appear:
BDG = 1