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Another quick question while I am here, your YAxisDragModifier will make the make the scale compress / expand, but what if I want it to keep the scale the same, but pan instead ( ie move just the one trace with its associated YAxis)? This would give the ability to pan one trace at a time rather than moving them all together which is achieved with the ZoomPanModifier?

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Hi,

Regarding your question, you can do this, please, take a look at our Drag Axis example and try “Pan” mode – it does exactly that you are looking for. You should set YAxisDragModifier.DragMode=”Pan”, please, try and let us know if it helps!

Best regards,
Yuriy

  • wilx
    Yuriy.... you are the man! Cheers mate!
  • wilx
    Another quick question, do you have anyway of changing the "Resolution" of the plot to increase performance. I am looking at one of your competitors products and they have a way of doing this to reduce processing. I have a problem at the moment that whilst displaying a graph control using real time data, CPU usage is quite high. At the moment I am only using "test" data and worry later it will not cope. Something like this...Quote... "The Resolution property sets the rendering resolution for a series. It allows you to control the fidelity of the line plotted to the data, with the maximum fidelity being set by default to 1. Larger Resolution values reduce the fidelity of the line, but improve performance significantly. This is appropriate for scenarios with rapidly changing data, when the direction of change and boundary values are more important than specific values."
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