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How to Create a Custom Theme for SciChart

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How to Create a Custom Theme for SciChart Posted by Andrew BT on 11 February 2019 03:45 PM As well as built in themes provided by the ThemeManager, in SciChart you can also define your own custom theme: Further Reading For further information, please see our documentation on Styling and Theming: Creating a Custom Theme Overriding Colors of our Themes SciChart WPF ThemeMa

Styling the SciChartOverview, SciChartScrollbar

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Please see these articles which have ControlTemplates and styling tips: SciChartScrollbar API - documentation article about Scrollbars in SciChart Scrolling a Chart with the SciChartOverview - documentation article about the SciChartOverview control Creating a Custom SciChartOverview with many series - demonstrates an FAQ using our scrollbar API Creating a Custom Theme for SciChart - demo

Custom Theme

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I like the BlackSteel theme for the data chart, but like to modify a little bit of it. Is there a way for me to use the blackSteel theme that come out of the box as a start, and customize it a little to meet our customer’s needs? Thanks,In SciChart v3.2 we now provide a very easy way to create custom themes for SciChart.Please see the KB Article How to Create a Custom Theme

Axis Interactivity (Zoom, Scroll, Pan Programmatically)

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This ties in to the theme of the article which is the Axis interactivity methods such as Scroll, ScrollBy, Zoom, ZoomBy. I hope this helps, Andrew

Axis Interactivity (Zoom, Scroll, Pan Programmatically)

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This ties in to the theme of the article which is the Axis interactivity methods such as Scroll, ScrollBy, Zoom, ZoomBy. I hope this helps, Andrew

Supported Properties

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SciChartSurface properties For now SciChart supports serialization of such SciChartSurface properties: XAxes YAxes ChartModifier Annotaions Theme ChartTitle MaxFrameRate ClipOverlayAnnotations ClipUnderlayAnnotations ClipModifierSurface Annotation properties Common properties for all annotation types:

White Background Theme

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Is there a simple white background theme?Hi Medhat,Thank you for the question. There is a theme manager in SciChart with 8 ready to use themes. You can apply those with a single line of code. I believe the closest to white background would be BrightSpark Theme. You can see how to set it here: https://www.scichart.com/documentation/v5.x/SciChart%20WPF%20ThemeManager.htmlY

Custom Theme

https://www.scichart.com/questions/wpf/custom-theme
I like the BlackSteel theme for the data chart, but like to modify a little bit of it. Is there a way for me to use the blackSteel theme that come out of the box as a start, and customize it a little to meet our customer’s needs? Thanks,In SciChart v3.2 we now provide a very easy way to create custom themes for SciChart.Please see the KB Article How to Create a Custom Theme

Adding IThemeProvider to the ThemeManager

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Hello everybody, I am trying to generate a general theme for all charts in all my applications. So I tried implementing my custom theme using a ThemeColorProvider object, but I can’t find a way to add it to the ThemeManager.Setting setting the style of each plot manually using IThemeProvider.ApplyTheme(…) is not an option since the theme style of all charts needs to rema

Creating a Chart with Multiple X and Y Axes

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-- Define the SciChartSurface, using a theme from the predefined list --> <s:SciChartSurface x:Name="sciChartSurface" s:ThemeManager.Theme="Chrome"> <s:SciChartSurface.RenderableSeries> <!-- Omitted for Brevity --> </s:SciChartSurface.RenderableSeries> <!