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Cewolf - Stacked Vertical Bar Chart Bar Width

 
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Hi,

Is there a way I can reduce the width of the bar in the attached Stacked Bar Chart? I am using Cewolf tag library.

Thanks in advance.

Rama Krishna

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Not really the width of the bar, but you can reduce the width of the chart image by using the width attribute of the cewolf:img tag.
 
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Reducing the width of the image wouldn't help me because I have 5 other images this way and all of them should follow the same width and height dimensions. Is there a way to reduce the width of the bar using something like chartpostprocessor?
 
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Any suggestions for this please?
 
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