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I found a post on here regarding this topic but the link to the solution was a dead link.
I want to Autorange without affecting my zoom abilities. If I set AutoRange=”Always”, then I can’t zoom. If I set AutoRange=”Once”, then it does it the first time but I have to double click every time after that. What is the solution to this issue (This is an issue!). Fixing this would not be adding a new feature, it would be removing a problem within the code.
Edit: I think a solution would be to fire an event on DataSeries Changed. Is there an event that corresponds to this? I searched through the dependency properties and couldn’t find anything like that.
Edit: I used the Rendered event and called scichart.ZoomExtents(). I thought this would work, but it doesn’t resize properly either.
Edit: I want to add that I understand the use case for real time data, but I am looking at a snapshot. I can choose different snap shots but they don’t change once chosen. I need to update the range on each choice but then allow me to zoom in between.
Edit: I think that the scichart is being zoomed before the new dataseries is set. I can’t prove it, but that is what my gut tells me.
A common problem! We have a number of FAQs and articles on this topic.
Hope this helps!
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