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Bruno Lowagie Bruno Lowagie I thought most people would know what a legend on a chart is. A legend displays the line type, color etc. So my objective is to create a cell that contains the text of a descriptor followed by a cell containing a line of the same color as in the chart.

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Bruno Lowagie Bruno Lowagie I thought most people would know what a legend on a chart is. A legend displays the line type, color etc. So my objective is to create a cell that contains the text of a descriptor followed by a cell containing a line of the same color as in the chart.

I have that working for other events so I just showed the added method for the generic tag as the rest is irrelevant to my question.

Finally, I am using itext 5 rather than 7 because of this: stackoverflow. You are trying to do this using a Chunk, but nothing is shown because the Chunk is empty. Note that my answer is still valid: you can use setUnderline on the line object, and the line will also be shown. Use the y value to position the line. Basically there are 4 different ways to achieve what you want.

Add a Chunk with lines drawn with setUnderline , 2. Add a Chunk with lines drawn with a separator class, 3. Use onGenericTag to draw content, and 4. I decided to sick with onGenericTag and updated the OP.

I am starting a new thread that is more appropriate for the new direction this thread has taken.

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NOTE Characters in a file are rendered on screen or on paper as glyphs. The default font in iText is Helvetica with size 12 pt. The default spacing is 1. Not every font has the descriptions for every possible glyph. A positive value simulates superscript; chunk. Behind the scenes, a PdfWriter and a PdfDocument object analyze these objects and translate them into the appropriate PDF syntax, positioning the content on one or more pages, taking into account the page size and margins.

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