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I am playing around the examples and noticed that SeriesSelectionModifier didn’t work for the Custom Overview. When selecting the chart, sometimes a random series in the bottom overview got selected instead. Also, anyone knows whether the Custom Overview would work in the multi Y axes situation?

Thanks.
Ning

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Hi Ning,

It’s unintended, but in our Custom Overview example, the RenderableSeries are shared between both Chart surfaces (the main chart, and the chart behind the overview).

This is why when you select a series on the main chart, and a series on the overview gets selected.

I would suggest separating the RenderableSeries so that a RenderableSeries exists on only one chart, then the selection modifier should work as expected.

Let me know if this helps,

Andrew

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Andrew, thanks for the quick reply. The problem is that I cannot select the series in the main chart. When I click the main chart, looks like the overview chart got the click event instead. I will try to separate them and see whether it would be better. thanks.

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Andrew, your suggestion works. Looking forward for the v4. In the meantime, I think I will get a copy of v3.x to start. Thanks for the great support and excellent library.

  • Andrew
    Super, great!
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