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UPDATE JUNE 2014
As part of SciChart v3.0 all axis types now show labels at VisibleRange.Max and Min, so long as VisibleRange.Max, Min fall at ‘nice’ values, e.g. 1.0, 1.5, 2.0, 2.5 etc… By default the chart will choose these nice values when first showing or autoranging.
When you scroll however, the labels scroll too – you lose the labels at the edges of the axis. In this case you might want to use our new StaticAxis Feature, which fixes axis labels at fixed intervals and updates the label value instead.
There is not any built-in way to do this, though we are working on it because this feature was requested several times by our customers. For now, you can use this workaround:
Set XAxis.BorderThickness=”1,0,1,0″ (see how it will look in Drag axis to scale example)
Put two TextBoxes on chart’s edges and bind them to XAxis.VisibleRange.Min,Max
Hope this helps!
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