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I have a vertically stacked chart with 3 y-Axis. How can I fade out each y-Axis independant?

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As you can see in the example I have 2 Y-axis and I want to blend out one of these axis. From 2-Y axis to 1 Y-axis…

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  • Andrew
    I'm sorry, its still not clear what you want to do. You want to fade out an entire chart? Why not use WPF Animations? Animate the SciChartSurface.Opacity property.We get a lot of questions at SciChart, and the best (clearest) ones tend to get answered first! :) https://www.scichart.com/question-asking-guidelines
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Not the entire chart, one Y-Axis of an chart.

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