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Tickmarks

Tickmarks are used to represent a point on an axis scale. In a Circular Gauge, two types of tickmarks are available depending on what steps of an axis scale they indicate: Major or Minor.

Tickmarks are represented by objects that implement the IMajorTickmark or IMinorTickmark interface.

The table below lists the main properties affecting element behavior and appearance.

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