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Hi!

I am trying to use SciChartGroupPane and ChildPanes for my application, and
want to collapse a pane , so that the remaining space is filled with the remaining graphs.

I tried to set the visibility to collapsed but, when i do that the panes only disappear,
but the remaining pane does not resize.

As I see the panes have two small buttons on the upper right corner for collapse and close,
This collapse button is similar to what i would want but I have no idea how to reach the collapse
functionality throgh code. Is it possible to collapse a pane withouth removing it from the container
for the ItemTemplate?

Thanks
Chris

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Hi Kristóf,

Thanks for your question. You can access the properties of SciChartGroupPane via the ItemContainerStyle property on SciChartGroup.
If you take a look at the “Multi pane stock charts” example, the style for ItemContainerStyle looks like this:

            <Style x:Key="ChartPaneStyle" TargetType="s:SciChartGroupPane">

            <Setter Property="Height" Value="{Binding PaneViewModel.Height, Mode=TwoWay}" />

….

So you should bind the Visibility property here to a property from your ViewModel, just like the Height property is bound.

And concerning the ClosePaneCommand, it is set just to remove a corresponding pane from the ChartPaneViewModels collection (that’s what ItemsSource is bound to). You can find the code in the constructor of CreateMultiPaneStockChartsViewModel.

Hope this helps!

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Hi!

It sort of helped. Now I got all the panes collapsing except for the first one.
I attached a sample project, where I try to collapse all panes but the last one.
I would also need to have the closepane icon the x disappear from the topright
corner of the pane as well. Is there any way to do this?

Thanks
Kristóf

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Hi!
Did you get the project, and the behaviour I was talking about? Is it normal that the
panes behave this way?
Kristóf

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Hi Kristóf,

Thank you for the sample. Please take a look at this thread for my answer.

Best regards,
Yuriy

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