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Hello,

it would be fantastic to be able to select the series visualized in the overview control. If i understood correctly, it’s always the first serie that is shown currently.

I added a screenshot, where 2 overviews are used. Both are based on the same first series (Curve 1). To be able to select another curve for overview 2 would be awesome.

Thank’s a lot!

Regards,
Robin

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Hi Robin,

You can already do this – set the SciChartOverview.DataSeriesIndex property.

This works in a similar way to BaseRenderableSeries.DataSeriesIndex, you can find out more about how DataSeries are mapped to RenderableSeries in this tutorial:

http://http://www.scichart.com/how-to-add-and-remove-chart-series-dynamically/

Many thanks,
Andrew

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