On Mar 4, 1:17 pm, gerhard.hellrie...@T-ONLINE.DE (Gerhard Hellriegel)
> On Tue, 4 Mar 2008 01:24:44 -0800, RolandRB <rolandbe...@HOTMAIL.COM>
> >Using the different setting for xsys and ysys it strikes me that this
> >is very much page orientated. But what if I am intending to create
> >html pages with no defined page dimensions? I want the page to be as
> >long as it needs to. Can I do this with annotate datasets and if so,
> Hi Roland,
> I'm not sure, but I don't think that you can create "unlimited" graphs.
> That has to do (think so) with the available graphic drivers, more than
> with annotate. But one question: what has annotate / graph to do with
> html? A graph is only one of several objects which can be displayed in a
> html page. Do you think of displaying a very long GIF, or several GIFs on
> a long html page? The first is a problem of the graph drivers, the other a
> problem (I think. no real problem) of html.
I will be using an annotate dataset for this purpose and assuming I am
using the system for percentage of graphics output area then I want my
100% vertical size to be flexible in length but I don't see how it can
be. I suppose I could use cells as the basis but then the top of the
grapical are will be a high numered cell but I would really like to
start with cell one and increment to how many cells I needed to use.
This is pure annotate graphics. Nothing to do with any of the sas