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Thank you for adding the shifted axis support in SciChart. There is still a problem though, the axis labels are on the right side of the axis overlapping the graph. I want to place the labels on the left side of the axis. I have tried giving the LabelTickStyle with HorizontalAnchorPoint.Left with no avail. I have also tried scaling the axis to -1, which you might have guessed flips the labels 180 degrees as well.
I have also tried AxisAlignment = Left, but it doesn’t seem to work with the shifted axis, if I mark the axis IsCenter =false it does place the labels on the left, but no longer shifts them. I have also tried doing the same thing with IsCenter = true ofcourse, but that seems to just flip the labels in place with their tick lines.
Is there a way to place the labels on the left side of the Y axis while shifted?
Thank you for your inquiry. To place the labels on the left side of the axis you need to set AxisAlignment = Left, and BorderThikness of the Axis, like below:
<s:NumericAxis AxisAlignment="Left" BorderThickness="0,0,1,0" ...
Hope it hepls.
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