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hi,
I have a vertical annotation and I want to restrict the scrolling of annotation between an x axis range.

ie, When I drag and reach left most point, it should not move beyond that point. Same should happen when I reach right most point.

How can I do that?

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Hi Vibin,

A strategy for you is to subscribe to the VerticalLineAnnotation.DragDelta event and if X1 < xMin or X1 > xMax set X1 back to the edge value.

If you are doing this in MVVM you can simply bind TwoWay from VerticalLineAnnotation.X1 to a property in your ViewModel and clip the movement in the same way.

hope this helps!

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