|OverlaidBarsTypeEnum||A OverlaidBarsTypeEnum expression that specifies how overlaid bars are shown.|
Use the Overlaid... properties when multiple bars are displayed in the same item and you want to distingue them when they covers each other. In order to get the overlay feature runs please follow the steps:
The following picture shows the bars arranged as a stack, when multiple bars cover each others bars: ( OverlaidType = exOverlaidBarsStack Or exOverlaidBarsStackAutoArrange )
The following picture shows the bars using a different vertical offset and a different transparency, when multiple bars cover others bars: ( OverlaidType = exOverlaidBarsOffset Or exOverlaidBarsTransparent )
By default, the following picture shows the bars at the same vertical offset, when multiple bars covers others bars: ( OverlaidType = exOverlaidBarsNone )
The OverlaidType displays the bars that covers each other as follow:
exOverlaidBarsStack arranges the bars as a stack as soon as they cover each other. If this flag is set, the control resizes the item so all bars fits entirely in the item, so we would recommend to set the ScrollBySingleLine property on True, as items with different heights may be displayed . The ItemHeight property specifies the height of the item. Use the ItemMaxHeight property to limit the height of the item when multiple bars covers each other. The Overlaid(exOverlaidBarsStack) specifies the distance in pixels between two bars that covers each other. The Overlaid(exOverlaidBarsTransparent) specifies the percent of transparency being applied to bars in the same item that are not moved or resized. The bars may be arranged on multiple layers, and the height of the item is being changed.
exOverlaidBarsStack or exOverlaidBarsStackAutoArrange arranges the bars as a stack, and auto arrange them to best fit in the item. The bars may be arranged on multiple layers, and the height of the item is being changed.