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Hi

Maybe you remember my existing control with a collection from Sci Charts (see Picture)
The status signals of 1 to 8 refers here always to the points in the X-axis. Is now very deep into the graph zoomed to the points on the chart type “fast line” automatically interpolated. The lower 8 status charts are of the “Fast Column”.
Do you have an idea on how we can interpolate the signals at the status signals 1 to 8?

Please help me..Thanks a lot

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Hi Marcel,

I took a quick look at the mountain series – adding a digital line would take a day or two to make this modification and regression test everything. However we can add a property to the column series called DefaultPointWidth (0.0-1.0) which lets you define the percentage of space taken with a much quicker turnaround.

This works quite well (see attached). We’ll have to test and release a patch but shouldn’t take too long. There are some other outstanding BAU bugs which need to go in as well. I’ll inform you when we have something for you.

The property is DefaultPointWidth on FastColumnRenderableSeries. Set this between 0.0 – 1.0 (where 1.0 is full width) to expand the size of columns. Also columns now render centred on the data-point.

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  • Marcel
    Hi Andrewit helps me for my situation not much. See printscreen. Now i set the property DefaultPointWidth to 1. Why you not implement the "isDigital" property in the FastMountainRenderableSeries? This should solve my problem.Thank you for helping. Marcel
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Hi Marcel – as requested (on email) I’ve attached the example we used to create the screenshot above. This uses the following code to set the DefaultPointWidth. It requires SciChart v1.3.1.1107, which is available on our downloads page.

If you have any problems, or if it still doesn’t work – let me know.

Best regards,
Andrew

  • Marcel
    Now it's working perfect. Thank you a lot :wink:
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