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All Topics | Topic "Land Class Inflows and Outflows as Stacked Bars"
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Mr. David Poblete

Subject: Land Class Inflows and Outflows as Stacked Bars   
Posted: 5/28/2019 Viewed: 2469 times
I usually use this result to show the Water Balance on a catchment and the best way of using it is as Stacked Bars, but latelly I haven't been able of choosing this choice.

I managed to edit the plot using the Advance Chart Options, but even that I save the chart in my favorites, WEAP do not save the chart with my edition.

I hope you can fix this bug (if it is a bug) or please let me know how to easily deploy this kind of result again. Thanks.
Mr. Jack Sieber

Subject: Re: Land Class Inflows and Outflows as Stacked Bars   
Posted: 5/29/2019 Viewed: 2468 times

Thank you for bringing this bug to our attention. We will fix it in the next version of WEAP.

Topic "Land Class Inflows and Outflows as Stacked Bars"