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Good day!
I’m working with the last version of SciChart. My aim is to draw curve with FastLineRenderableSeries and its width must be only one pixel. When I set StrokeThickness property to “1”, I still see 3 pixel width.
How can I fix it?
Thank in advance!
P.S. I’ve attached picture below, there are three pixel of thickness (please, zoom in to see it), one is bright, and two others are not so bright, but visible.

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Hi Egor,

We can’t actually see the picture as its very small, but as far as I’m aware the StrokeThickness property on FastLineRenderableSeries works perfectly well. Can you reproduce the problem in our examples?

Best regards,
Andrew

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Thank you for the fast answer!
Here is enlarged version of picture from your example application (Line & Scatter Chart).

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  • Andrew
    Aha! It becomes clearer. The reason why it is appearing to be 3 pixels is because of Alpha blending when the FastLineRenderableSeries.AntiAliased property is set. You can experiment with setting AntiAliased = false (but this will result in a jagged line). Also you can experiment with the HighQuality vs. HighSpeed renderer plugins as these give different results (with HQ giving higher quality at expense of performance). Hope this helps!
  • Egor
    Thank you! It works well
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