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Allows you to set the ending point of an arrow to either a predetermined [x, y] coordinate on the chart, or to a charted value.

AttributeTypeInfo

hook

String

Demo

Sets the arrow's end point to that of a charted value. The plot value refers to the set of values in a series, and the index refers to the specific value within that series. For example, node:plot=0,index=10 sets the end point of the arrow at the 11th value within the 1st set of values in the series. Note that 0 refers to the first value or set of values, with 1 being the second value or set of values, and so on.

"node:index=4" | "node:plot=0,index=1" | ...

offset-x offsetX

Numeric

Demo

Sets an x-offset for the arrow's end point. Can be used to make adjustments to an arrow's end x ordinate or hook point.

10 | 56 | ...

offset-y offsetY

Numeric

Demo

Sets a y-offset for the arrow's end point. Can be used to make adjustments to an arrow's end y ordinate or hook point.

10 | 56 | ...

x

Numeric

Demo

Sets the x ordinate for an arrow's end point. Ordinates are counted in pixels, starting from the top-left corner of the chart.

100 | 450 | ...

y

Numeric

Demo

Sets the y ordinate for an arrow's end point. Ordinates are counted in pixels, starting from the top-left corner of the chart.

100 | 450 | ...