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Hello,

I’m trying to figure out how to apply a consistent gradient to the areas underneath my line charts. For example, if I have chart with Y values 0-10, I might want the area corresponding to 0 to be white, and 10 to be black, regardless of what values are currently panned or zoomed onto the screen. From what I have seen so far, SciChart gradients are based on the current screen values, so if I were zoomed into an area that was only 0-5, it would should a white to black gradient (not what I want), whereas I need a white to grey variant (reserving the black for 10’s). I hope that makes sense.

Thank you.

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4.0.0.4449
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Hi there,

I’m afraid that currently we don’t support such rendering of series area. To implement this type of rendering this would require creation of custom renderable series. Also you can create a feature request (if it gets enough votes we’ll implement it) or if you’re in hurry you can sponsor this feature ( for more details you can contact our sales department ).

Best regards,
Yura

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Thank you. I have submitted a feature request.

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