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I want to be able to set opacity on a FastColumnRenderableSeries so that it doesn’t hide the values of other series rendered on the same chart. I have tried setting the Opacity property on the FillBrush but this is ignored. I have also tried setting the UIElement.Opacity property on the FastColumnRenderableSeries itself but that is also ignored.

Both FastMountainRenderableSeries and StackedColumnRenderableSeries can do this by setting UIElement.Opacity on the series itself but it doesn’t seem to work with FastColumnRenderableSeries.

Anyone come across this before?

I guess there is a workaround if you ensure your column series is rendered first, but this is trickier in my case as I am using databinding to populate my series and I don’t know until runtime what series will need to be rendered.

many thanks,

Bill

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Has anyone come up with a solution for this? I’m using SciChart 3.4

  • Andrew
    Hello :) Markiian on our team is fixing this now, but he will be pushing it to the v4.2.1 branch not v3.x. Best regards, Andrew
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Hi there

Sorry for so late response.

This issue with Opacity for FastColumnRenderableSeries is fixed in a newest version.

You can get it from NuGet.

Thank you for reporting.

Best regards,

Markiyan

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Should the Opacity be available also for MVVM implementations (LineRenderableSeriesViewModel)? I haven’t found a solution with MVVM pattern.

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