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How do I get an event or notification when the user double-clicks to Zoom to fit on the chart?

Best regards
Jonas

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I guess you could derive a custom class from ZoomExtentsModifier and override OnModifierDoubleClick, e.g.

public class NotifyZoomExtentsModifier : ZoomExtentsModifier
    {
        public event EventHandler<EventArgs> OnUserZoomExtents;

        public override void OnModifierDoubleClick(ModifierMouseArgs e)
        {
            // Before ZoomExtents operation
            base.OnModifierDoubleClick(e);
            // After ZoomExtents operation

            RaiseOnUserZoomExtents();
        }

        private void RaiseOnUserZoomExtents()
        {
            var handler = OnUserZoomExtents;
            if (handler != null)
            {
                handler(this, EventArgs.Empty);
            }
        }
    }

It makes for slightly messy code but it does demonstrate how you can override the ZoomExtentsModifier’s default behaviour to fire an event when the user double-clicks on the chart (and zooms extents).

Using the Expression Blend Interactivity extensions you could get this event to call a method in your ViewModel e.g. in MVVM.

Or, using some messaging library like the one in MVVM-Lite or an EventAggregator you could separate the publish/subscribe, thereby making it possible to notify some classes (e.g. a custom viewport manager, or other code) that the user did a zoom to extents.

  • Jonas
    Excellent, solved my issue.Regards Jonas
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