It appears the annotation for the top bar is dropped down, erroneously,
perhaps because the code thinks it is too close to the top. Maybe arrange
that there is more space on the top by using a vAxis.viewWindow.max of,
On Mon, Oct 17, 2016 at 7:50 AM, Ricky Costa <rickycost...@gmail.com> wrote:
> I am working on some google charts. In one of those charts i am using a
> Bar Chart. I have negative and positive values, so i have bars to the right
> (positive) and bars to the left (negative), but i am having the ticks with
> negative values for the left bars. So i decided turn my positive values to
> negative, my negative values to positive and apply the direction: -1 to get
> the bars to the correct direction and without negative ticks. But i am
> getting an issue with one of my annotations...it appears in the incorrect
> position. Its visible in the image. Any idea what is going on and how to
> fix it? Or a better solution for what i am trying to do?
> Best regards for you all.
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