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I'm studying up to use the gauge chart in an upcoming request. All the pics in the WebFOCUS Graphics manual show the gauge with a "glass" lens covering the dial. I like this effect, but I can't seem to get it to show! The only method I can see that deals with the gauge glass is called getGaugeGlass which, according to the manual, "returns the object ID of the glass in a gauge graph." I tried issuing a "setDisplay(getGaugeGlass(), true);" but no soap.
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