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    Default Unanswered: Is there a way to 'wrap' the text of a chart axis given a maximum width?

    Unanswered: Is there a way to 'wrap' the text of a chart axis given a maximum width?


    I have a grouped bar chart that is has some very long labels. Other than overriding the render and truncating the string to a certain length, is there a way to tell the chart or axis not to render text labels over a certain width? Preferably word wrapping them to fit. Here is what I am seeing now.

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    The easiest is to have another name field and have a shorter name... like instead of Henry Ford Medical Center - Plymouth, just have Plymouth
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