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I am trying to place a legend outside a Piechart without success. When I create the legend modifier like below everything works as expected:

    let legendModifier = SCIPieChartLegendModifier()
    legendModifier.sourceSeries = renderableSeries
    legendModifier.margins = UIEdgeInsets(top: 17, left: 17, bottom: 17, right: 17)
    legendModifier.position = [.bottom, .centerHorizontal]

However when I try to place it outside like below the app crashes with:
NSInvalidArgumentException’, reason: ‘-[SCIPieSegment seriesName]: unrecognized selector sent to instance 0x281881500

    legend = SCIChartLegend()
    legend.backgroundColor = SCIColor(.red)
    let dataSource = SCISeriesInfoLegendDataSource(legend: legend)
    legendModifier = SCIPieChartLegendModifier(legend: legend, dataSource: dataSource, useAutoPlacement: false)
    legendModifier.sourceSeries = renderableSeries.series
    legendModifier.margins = UIEdgeInsets(top: 17, left: 17, bottom: 17, right: 17)
    legendModifier.position = [.left, .top]

Note: I am using SwiftIUI and add the legend container to the swiftui view wrapped in an UIViewRepresentable

UIViewRepresentable(container: legend.container!)

if i comment out legendModifier.sourceSeries = renderableSeries.series the crash does not appear but the legend does not show.

Version
4.4.2
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Good morning Marcus

So the legend can be placed in a Pie Chart like this. Try this code in your app:

let legendModifier = SCIPieChartLegendModifier()
legendModifier.sourceSeries = pieSeries;
legendModifier.margins = SCIEdgeInsets(top: 17, left: 17, bottom: 17, right: 17)
legendModifier.position = [.bottom, .centerHorizontal];

This results in the following output:

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Try that, does it meet your requirements?

Best regards
Andrew

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