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I am currently using a rollover modifier to display tooltip values on the trend. Whenever a data point is clicked however, the trend stretches so this point is along the right hand axis, and it pans so this point is along the x-axis. Is there a way to disable this feature?

Here are my modifier declarations:

                <SciChart:RubberBandXyZoomModifier  IsXAxisOnly="False"/>
                <SciChart:CursorModifier ShowAxisLabels="False"/>
                <SciChart:RolloverModifier ReceiveHandledEvents="False" ShowTooltipOn="Always" ShowAxisLabels="True" UseInterpolation="True" SnapsToDevicePixels="False" TooltipLabelTemplate="{StaticResource RolloverLabelTemplate}"/>


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Hi Andrew,

I actually am unable to reproduce this. I modified our example ‘Rollover Feedback’ to include a RubberBandXyZoomModifier. Changes from our examples include:

Taking the original RolloverFeedback example in our Examples Suite (I am testing v3.3) then

  • Set XAxis, YAxis.AutoRange = Once
  • add RubberBandXyZoomModifier before rollover
  • add ZoomExtentsModifier after rollover

As you can see from the animation below, you can zoom, click on a marker and it doesn’t zoom to extents until you double click on the chart.

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Can you try building up a new sandbox application just with SciChartSurface and modifiers and some dummy data. Does the problem occur then? If so, send over the solution and we can investigate.

Best regards,

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