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Hi,

I have a mountain chart in which I have flipped the Y-Axis in order to plot a descending depth below sea surface. When I flip the axis the area color gets filled in in the top part of the mountain chart which for the sake of plotting a descending depth visually looks a bit off.

Is there any way to keep the area color fill in the lower part of the mountain series even with the Y axis flipped ?

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Yes there is, you need to change the property FastMountainRenderableSeries.ZeroLineY

BaseRenderableSeries.ZeroLineY

Gets or sets the value which determines the zero line in Y direction. Used to set the bottom of a column, or the zero line in a mountain

We have a similar FAQ here:
Inverted paint in FastMountainRenderableSeries which suggests setting FastMountainRenderableSeries.ZeroLineY to either VisibleRange.Max or VisibleRange.Min of the Axis.

Hope this helps!
Andrew

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It works. Thanks !

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