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I’ve got the following scenario that I need to implement and it would be very nice if you could give me a jump-start. I need to bind the x-axes values represented by 2 vertical lines and the y-axis values represented by 2 horizontal lines to a viewmodel, so that the values inside the viewmodel change when moving the lines per mouse on the screen and the other way around (see mockup for how it should look like). I think the rollover modifier could be usable for this, but I need some pseudo code or an example app on how to bind the rollover modifiers value to the viewmodel and how to display 4 rollover modifiers on the chart surface.
Sounds like what you need is annotations! We have a rich annotations API as of SciChart v1.5, you can see this article which demonstrates how to use it:
Also there is an MVVM sample that does the same thing in the demo app here:
Now if you were to set up something like this:
When the user drags the mouse on an annotation you will be notified in the setter of the property in your view model. Likewise you can set the view model properties and the annotation positions will update.
Let me know if that helps,
we created an example for you. You only need to add reference on scichart.dll to run this code.
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