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hi,
I have one XAxis and 2 YAxes.
Is it possible to zoom on the Y Axes so that the series in 2 Y axes does not overlap?
Please see attached image.

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Hi Vibin,

Thanks for your question. If you want to clip the panes, there is no need to use the Vertically Stacked Axis feature. Instead, just have multiple SciChartSurfaces each with their own YAxis. For instance, take a look at our “50-Channel EEG” example.

The purpose of the Vertically Stacked Axis example and feature is to allow the case where you have many charts above/below each other, but you wish the series to be able to draw in each other’s chart areas.

Hope this helps!

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