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In FastLineRenderableSeries, when I draw lines that go backwards, zoom functionality does not work properly. When I zoom-in graph is not visible.
You can try with following x,y values
{x=2010, y=0.15} {x=100, y=0.15} {x=100, y=-0.15} {x=2010, y=-0.15} {x=2010, y=0.15}

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Hi Manish,

The reason for this is, our series expect data to be sorted in the X-Direction. This allows us to use a large array of performance optimisations when indexing and Iterating over data.

If you wish to draw data that goes back on itself, you will need to use UnsortedXyDataSeries<TX,TY>.

In the next major version of SciChart we will be removing this limitation by auto-detecting the type of data distribution that you have. However, sorted data will perform higher than unsorted.

Best regards,
Andrew

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