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Dear all,

I have my axis which are position on the Laft side of my chart. Then I have an annotation wich is define and where the labelPlacementProperty=”Axis”. By doing so the value of the axis when we move the cursor is display in a rectangle box.

my customer would like to get the labelPlacementProperty=”Right”, but by doing so , I am loosing the small rectangle around the axis value.

What is the way to get the annotation axis appearing on right side but still having the value inside a rectangle ?

(see image below)

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Dear all,

I am evaluating the graph control and I need to cover a request for my customer project.

The thing is that my customer have a bunch of data which gets display as scatter graph view.

The idea is that if the user is placing the mouse over a point, I need to display the current point value (x,y) as an information.
Then in an other hand, if the user click on the point, I need to open a text box and enter a description for that point. The comment and point link will be store in a database to be able to recall.

How cqn I do the 2 operations of displaying values on mouse over and poo up a text box for comment on point ckick ?

Thanks for your help on this

regards

  • sc sc asked 11 months ago
  • last active 11 months ago
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When Im trying to remove an annotation, I’m receiving an error:

java.lang.NullPointerException: Attempt to invoke interface method
‘void
com.scichart.charting.visuals.annotations.IAnnotationPlacementStrategy.drawAdorner(android.graphics.Canvas)’
on a null object reference
at
com.scichart.charting.visuals.annotations.AnnotationBase.onDrawAdorner(SourceFile:889)
at
com.scichart.charting.visuals.annotations.AdornerLayer.onDraw(SourceFile:144)
at android.view.View.draw(View.java:17071)
at android.view.View.updateDisplayListIfDirty(View.java:16053)

I’ve tried many ways, like:

UpdateSuspender.using(priceChart, new Runnable() {
    @Override
    public void run() {
        priceChart.getAnnotations().clear();
    }
});

and

UpdateSuspender.using(priceChart, new Runnable() {
    @Override
    public void run() {
        priceChart.getAnnotations().remove(myAnnotation);
    }
});
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It seems that if the axis is collapsed, all associated annotation labels are not visible (but their annotation line is visible).
Is there property or the like that will allow labels to be shown which are associated with a collapsed axis?

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I’m currently trying to adapt an example to post here as an example repro– But in the meantime I figured I’d post and see if there are any fundamental problems with trying to do this.

The exception message states:

Additional information: Cannot get data-value from coordinate as the associated Axis is null
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Hi, guys

Is there something similar like

  • (void)bringSubviewToFront:(UIView *)view;
  • (void)sendSubviewToBack:(UIView *)view;

from UIView but for chart Annotations?

Best regards,
Sushynski Andrei

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I hope you can help me I have managed to change the font color, size, but I do not know how to put the annotation with underlined font, who could give me a clue please. I would like to get something like what is shown in the image I attached. Thanks in advance.

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Dear All,

I would like to ask are there any method to draw a line (or annotation) by user touch event ?

For example user touch the chart to set the starting point of the line and then touch/drag to another point to draw the line.

Thanks.

  • Ray Hung asked 1 year ago
  • last active 1 year ago
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I have modified the single ended ray as found in another answer to be an infinite ray that extends both ends of the line until the touch the sides of the plot.

I would like to implement a label similar to in VerticalLineAnnotation but am unsure how I go about adding additional elements to the annotation’s template.

I have included my modified version of the rayannotation below.

/// <summary>
/// Defines a read-only or editable Line annotation, which draws a Ray to the edges of the chart viewport, depending on two X,Y coordinates
/// e.g. if X Y coordinates are placed inside the chart, then the line extends until it hits the edge or the chart viewport
/// </summary>
public class RayAnnotation : LineAnnotation
{
    private Line _line;
    private Line _ghostLine;

    /// <summary>
    /// Initializes a new instance of the <see cref="RayAnnotation" /> class.
    /// </summary>
    public RayAnnotation()
    {
        // Reuse LineAnnotation control template from SciChart
        DefaultStyleKey = typeof(LineAnnotation);

    }

    /// <summary>
    /// When overridden in a derived class, is invoked whenever application code or internal processes call <see cref="M:System.Windows.FrameworkElement.ApplyTemplate" />.
    /// </summary>
    public override void OnApplyTemplate()
    {
        base.OnApplyTemplate();

        AnnotationRoot = GetAndAssertTemplateChild<Grid>("PART_LineAnnotationRoot");
        _line = GetAndAssertTemplateChild<Line>("PART_Line");
        _ghostLine = GetAndAssertTemplateChild<Line>("PART_GhostLine");
    }

    /// <summary>
    /// Override in derived classes to handle specific placement of the annotation at the given <see cref="AnnotationCoordinates" />
    /// </summary>
    /// <param name="coordinates">The normalised <see cref="AnnotationCoordinates" /></param>
    protected override void PlaceAnnotation(AnnotationCoordinates coordinates)
    {

        // Calculate gradient of line
        double m = (coordinates.Y1Coord - coordinates.Y2Coord) / (coordinates.X1Coord - coordinates.X2Coord);
        double b = coordinates.Y1Coord - m * coordinates.X1Coord;

        if (double.IsNaN(m) || double.IsInfinity(m))
        {
            // Possible divide by zero above, just draw a single point for now
            _line.X1 = coordinates.X1Coord;
            _line.Y1 = 0;
            _line.X2 = coordinates.X1Coord;
            _line.Y2 = base.ParentSurface.ModifierSurface.ActualHeight;
            _ghostLine.X1 = coordinates.X1Coord;
            _ghostLine.Y1 = 0;
            _ghostLine.X2 = coordinates.X1Coord;
            _ghostLine.Y2 = base.ParentSurface.ModifierSurface.ActualHeight;
            return;
        }

        // Calulate projected X,Y point that touches the right/top edge, or left/bottom edge of the viewport
        double projectedX1 = 0;
        double projectedX2 = base.ParentSurface.ModifierSurface.ActualWidth;
        double projectedY1 = m * projectedX1 + b;
        double projectedY2 = m * projectedX2 + b;

        if (projectedY1 < 0 || projectedY1 > base.ParentSurface.ModifierSurface.ActualHeight)
        {
            bool isDown = projectedY1 < 0;
            projectedY1 = isDown ? 0 : base.ParentSurface.ModifierSurface.ActualHeight;
            projectedX1 = (projectedY1-b) / m;
        }

        if (projectedY2 < 0 || projectedY2 > base.ParentSurface.ModifierSurface.ActualHeight)
        {
            bool isDown = projectedY2 < 0;
            projectedY2 = isDown ? 0 : base.ParentSurface.ModifierSurface.ActualHeight;
            projectedX2 = (projectedY2-b) / m;
        }

        //Console.WriteLine("Projected x{0:0.00},y{1:0.00},x{2:0.00},y{3:0.00}", projectedX1, projectedY1, projectedX2, projectedY2);

        // Apply Calculated Line
        _line.X1 = projectedX1;
        _line.Y1 = projectedY1;
        _line.X2 = projectedX2;
        _line.Y2 = projectedY2;
        _ghostLine.X1 = projectedX1;
        _ghostLine.Y1 = projectedY1;
        _ghostLine.X2 = projectedX2;
        _ghostLine.Y2 = projectedY2;
    }
}
  • Hugoagogo asked 1 year ago
  • last active 1 year ago
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Hi,

Please take a look at the attached screenshot first.

I have a chart configured to draw some data. I need to draw SCIAxisMarkerAnnotation on Y axis. And it seems that annotation has alignment by right side of axis area. Is there a possibility to change it to left side of axis area?

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I’m adding an annotation to a chart with a DateTime x-axis. Without a label the annotation is successfully added. However, if I specify a label I get an InvalidOperationException when Add() is called. The exception message is “The Type this is a test is not a valid Comparable Type”}:

                var annotation = new VerticalLineAnnotation
                {
                    VerticalAlignment = VerticalAlignment.Stretch,
                    ShowLabel = true,
                    X1 = time.DateTime,
                    Stroke = System.Windows.Media.Brushes.Orange,
                    LabelPlacement = LabelPlacement.TopRight,
                    LabelValue = "this is a test",
                    LabelsOrientation = Orientation.Vertical
                };

                MyChart.Annotations.Add(annotation);

The LabelValue is obviously of type string and non-null and indeed of type IComparable. Any reason I can’t add it?

  • Dan Pilat asked 2 years ago
  • last active 3 months ago
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Hi;

I would like to delete selected annotation when “delete” key are pressed on it; like this :

(newAnnotation as AnnotationBase).KeyDown += (o, e) =>
{
this._chart.Annotations.Remove(newAnnotation);
};

I made this method when I create annotation on CreationModifier.AnnotationCreated event.
but is not work; the event are not handled.
Can you tell me how can I do this please

  • Neimad asked 2 years ago
  • last active 2 years ago
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How to get current Y value of annotation in code behind?

enter image description here

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To whom this may concern:

I’m having a slight issue (bug, possibly?) with custom annotations. I have created a custom annotation with an image (XAML shown below)

<s:CustomAnnotation x:Class="Dashboard.SciChartCustomComponents.CustomAnnotations.MicrostructureAnnotation"
                    xmlns="http://schemas.microsoft.com/winfx/2006/xaml/presentation"
                    xmlns:x="http://schemas.microsoft.com/winfx/2006/xaml"
                    xmlns:mc="http://schemas.openxmlformats.org/markup-compatibility/2006" 
                    xmlns:d="http://schemas.microsoft.com/expression/blend/2008" 
                    xmlns:s="http://schemas.abtsoftware.co.uk/scichart"
                    xmlns:local="clr-namespace:Dashboard.SciChartCustomComponents.CustomAnnotations"
                    mc:Ignorable="d">

    <Border BorderBrush="White" BorderThickness="2" Background="Black">
        <StackPanel>
            <Image x:Name="annotationImage" Stretch="None" Width="150" Height="100" Visibility="Collapsed"/>
            <TextBlock x:Name="annotationText" HorizontalAlignment="Center"/>
            <TextBlock x:Name="parameterText" HorizontalAlignment="Center" Visibility="Collapsed"/>
        </StackPanel>
    </Border>

</s:CustomAnnotation>

The image is applied with the following code (note the anchor points are bottom-right):

var annotation = new MicrostructureAnnotation
{
    HorizontalAnchorPoint = HorizontalAnchorPoint.Right,
    VerticalAnchorPoint = VerticalAnchorPoint.Bottom,
    IsEditable = true,
    X1 = xValue, // Both Obtained from hitpoint X- and Y-Values
    Y1 = yValue
};

annotation.annotationImage.Source = // some image Uri
annotation.annotationText.Text = // some text
annotation.parameterText.Text = // some other text

So this successfully shows the annotation as i liked, shown in 1.png.

Now I have a function that collapses the visibility of the image, which yields an annotation that is removed from its anchor point (although the top-left location remains the same), shown in 2.png.

If I try to move the annotation after removing the image, the anchor point is in the location of where the top-left anchor should be when the image collapses but the image is still in the wrong location, shown in 3.png.

When I finally do move the annotation, the annotation moves away from the cursor to the top-left anchor point, shown in 4.png.

Again i’m not sure if this is a bug, but could someone please advise?

Thanks kindly!

— Ari

Edit: I don’t have this problem when setting the anchor points to top-left.

  • Ari Sagiv asked 3 years ago
  • last active 3 years ago
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Hi

I don’t understand how to disable dragging an annotation with mouse. I didn’t find anything in your documentation.

I have a simple annotation as follows:

                                <s:HorizontalLineAnnotation x:Name="line" IsEditable="False" IsManipulationEnabled="False"  IsAttached="True" Y1="2020" ShowLabel="True" LabelValue="" LabelPlacement="TopRight" Stroke="Red"/>

tried with IsEditable=”False” IsManipulationEnabled=”False” IsAttached=”True” but nothing seems to work.

Could you please help me ?
thank you

  • lorenzo522 asked 3 years ago
  • last active 3 years ago
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Hi, Andrew. I want to change the style of the control handle of annotation, including color, size, shape and so on. Forthmore, I want to and a rotating handle, even the control handle of corner radius in BoxAnnotation. Could you give me some suggestions?

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Hi, I need some new type of annotation, for example, TriangleAnnotation or HexagonalAnnotation. I would rather derive the new type from AnnotationBase than from CustomAnnotation, because I need more control points than one. what shall I do?

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Hi! 🙂

I’m having some trouble with my annotations. This is the case:

I have a chart modifier with a dependency property that, when set or changed, manipulates its parent surface annotation collection directly. Currently I’m only adding/removing annotations of type VerticalLineAnnotation on a DateTimeAxis. My first problem is that only a single annotation is shown at any given time (the first one added). When i inspect the bindings and annotation collection on the sci chart surface everything seems to be in order (all annotations are present and their values are correct).

My second issue is that the first time my annotation is painted it is not properly displayed (only partly visible in the left upper corner). I have to force a repaint, through a re-size or zoom action, for my annotation to display correctly.

This is the type of annotations I’m adding to the AnnotationCollection:

var verticalAnnotation = new VerticalLineAnnotation
 {
        Tag = annotation.Tag,
         X1 = annotation.X1,
         StrokeThickness = annotation.StrokeThickness,
         Stroke = annotation.Stroke,
         LabelPlacement = LabelPlacement.Right
  };

Any idea about what I’m doing wrong?

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Here we use a TextAnnotation as follows

 var textAnnotation = new TextAnnotation
                                 {
                                     Name = seriesAnnotationParameter.Name,
                                     Text = seriesAnnotationParameter.Text,
                                     ToolTip = seriesAnnotationParameter.ToolTip,
                                     XAxisId = XAxisId,
                                     YAxisId = YAxisId,
                                     X1 = seriesAnnotationParameter.X1,
                                     Y1 = seriesAnnotationParameter.Y1,
                                     HorizontalAnchorPoint = HorizontalAnchorPoint.Center,
                                     VerticalAnchorPoint = VerticalAnchorPoint.Center,
                                     TextAlignment = TextAlignment.Center,
                                     Foreground = new SolidColorBrush(Color.FromArgb(0xFF, 0x00, 0x00, 0x00)),
                                     Opacity = 0.5,
                                     BorderThickness = new Thickness(1),
                                     CornerRadius = new CornerRadius(1),
                                     IsEditable = false
                                 };

It works perfectly all-rite when you attach it to the chart the first time as in attached image TextAnnotation_Good.png. However, after zooming in or zooming out, the annotation is resized to undesirable sizes as in attached image TextAnnotation_Bad.png.

How to make TextAnnotation to resize itself based on the size of text inside it ?

This is a very special TextAnnotation centered around a x,y coordinate. There is never X2,Y2 for this use case.

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I want to have a BoxAnnotation where Y1 (- double.Infinity) and Y2 (+ double.Infinity). Basically I wanna specify only X1 and X2. And the behaviour must ensure always the box annotations Y1 & Y2 stretch to visible area even when I resize (zoomout) the chart.

In the screen shot its not stretched.

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How to change IsEditable behaviour for a annotation ?

Requirement is to allow Editing (Allow resizing box annotation only on X1 or X2 or Y1 or Y2 side).

It must be possible to specify which sides we can resize. (IsEditable on X1 or X2 or (X1 and X2) all combinations ). Because I’m programmatically creating box annotations.

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Good day!
I have a problem with annotations. When I add them by double clicking on surface with this snippet of code:

private TextPointAnnotation LoadTextPointAnnotation(double x1, double y1)
        {
            var textPoint = new TextPointAnnotation
            {
                X1 = x1,
                Y1 = y1,
                ElementX2 = -10,
                ElementY2 = -5,
                ElementFontSize = 9,
                AnnotationName = "TXTAnnot" + _annotaionCount,
                ElementFontColor = Colors.Yellow,
                ElementWidth = 50,
                ElementHeight = 20,
                BorderBrush = new SolidColorBrush(Colors.Red),
                Background = new SolidColorBrush(Color.FromArgb(78, 255, 0, 0)),
                YAxisId = TextOfYAxis,
                IsHidden = !_isTextPointAnnotationsVisible,
                IsEditable = true,
                AnnotationCanvas = AnnotationCanvas.AboveChart,
                CanEditText = false
            };
            textPoint.ElementText = String.Format("{0}", textPoint.AnnotationName);
            textPoint.ContextMenu = BuildMenu(textPoint);
            textPoint.MouseMove += AnnotationMove;
            textPoint.MouseRightButtonDown += OnRightMouseAnnotationDown;
            textPoint.PreviewMouseLeftButtonDown += textPoint_PreviewMouseLeftButtonDown;
            textPoint.PreviewMouseMove += textPoint_PreviewMouseMove;
            AnnotationCollection.Add(textPoint);
            return textPoint;
        }

They are visible for mouse actions (for example, mouse move, mouse down and etc.)(Image 1)
But when I add them programmaticaly, for example in Loaded method- LoadTextPointAnnotation(100,200), they are not visible for mouse actions, that I’ve already mentioned above(Image 2).

What is the reason of strange behaviour?

Thanks in advance.

  • Egor asked 4 years ago
  • last active 4 years ago
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I have got a CustomTextAnnotation like in this example CustomTextAnnotation
I added a Rendertransform like this.

<s:TextAnnotation.RenderTransform>
    <RotateTransform Angle="90"/>
</s:TextAnnotation.RenderTransform>

But the AnchorPoint is not used as rotation center.
I thought of using ToCoordinate() but need a calculator for that which is not available within CustomTextAnnotation.

What is best practice to achive the requested rotation in sciChart?

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HI,

After reading the example annotation code and articles in the forum, I still can’t find a way to achieve my purpose: My app has a thread to receive data sent by a server, the data may trigger an annotation created lively. My app also need to maintain all created annotations and change their properties like X/Y values or remove them later. So far I only see the way of creating annotation by clicking some button. I tries different ways but failed.

Please help me out with some detailed guides. I am a beginner for WPF.

regards
Chunxi

I try to do this in user thread:

LineAnnotation annotationBase = new LineAnnotation();
change annotationBase properties.

But get this exception:

2014-11-09 13:42:20,623 [11] ERROR WpfApplication2.MainWindow [(null)] – at System.Windows.Input.InputManager..ctor()
at System.Windows.Input.InputManager.GetCurrentInputManagerImpl()
at System.Windows.Input.KeyboardNavigation..ctor()
at System.Windows.FrameworkElement.FrameworkServices..ctor()
at System.Windows.FrameworkElement.EnsureFrameworkServices()
at System.Windows.FrameworkElement..ctor()
at System.Windows.Controls.Control..ctor()
at System.Windows.Controls.ContentControl..ctor()
at Abt.Controls.SciChart.ChartModifiers.ApiElementBase..ctor()
at Abt.Controls.SciChart.Visuals.Annotations.AnnotationBase..ctor()
at Abt.Controls.SciChart.Visuals.Annotations.LineAnnotationBase..ctor()
at Abt.Controls.SciChart.Visuals.Annotations.LineAnnotation..ctor()
at WpfApplication2.InstrumentViewModel.addZone() in c:\Users\jokeslala\Documents\Visual Studio 2013\Projects\WpfApplication2\WpfApplication2\InstrumentViewModel.cs:line 134
at WpfApplication2.InstrumentViewModel.addMA20(Int32 barIdx, Double ma) in c:\Users\jokeslala\Documents\Visual Studio 2013\Projects\WpfApplication2\WpfApplication2\InstrumentViewModel.cs:line 128
at WpfApplication2.MainWindow.processEMA(String str) in c:\Users\jokeslala\Documents\Visual Studio 2013\Projects\WpfApplication2\WpfApplication2\MainWindow.xaml.cs:line 222
at WpfApplication2.MainWindow.consumeQueue() in c:\Users\jokeslala\Documents\Visual Studio 2013\Projects\WpfApplication2\WpfApplication2\MainWindow.xaml.cs:line 155

  • chunxi asked 4 years ago
  • last active 4 years ago
1 vote
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Hi,

I have a scichart surface defined in xaml like this,

<local:SciChartSurface x:Name="_ChartSurface"  Annotations="{Binding ChartAnnotations}">

        </local:SciChartSurface>

In the code behind I have ChartAnnotations defined as,

 public const string ChartAnnotationsPropertyName = "ChartAnnotations";
        private AnnotationCollection _ChartAnnotations = new AnnotationCollection();
        public AnnotationCollection ChartAnnotations
        {
            get { return _ChartAnnotations; }
            set
            {
                if (_ChartAnnotations == value)
                    return;

                _ChartAnnotations = value;
                RaisePropertyChanged(ChartAnnotationsPropertyName);
            }
        }

 public ViewModelExample()
{  
  ChartAnnotations.CollectionChanged += ChartAnnotations_CollectionChanged;    
}

 void ChartAnnotations_CollectionChanged(object sender, System.Collections.Specialized.NotifyCollectionChangedEventArgs e)
        {
            RaisePropertyChanged(ChartAnnotationsPropertyName);          
        }

Than in the code behind, I just initialize and add some annotations to the ChartAnnotations collection to populate my chart. The problem is that my Annotations property on the scichart surface is still null, and the RaisePropertyChanged() is not affecting the Bindings at all. I’m certain that the DataContext is set right as other stuff in the graph works fine. I works when I explicitly set the surface’s Annotations property with my ChartAnnotations collection, but obviously this is less than ideal.

Is there an additional step that I’m missing here?

Thanks

  • kewur asked 4 years ago
  • last active 4 years ago
1 vote
6k views

Hello,

I have a scichart and bound to its VM class. Inside this VM there is a Highlights property.

On the MainWindow, I am placing two of this charts with their own VM instance.

The problem is that when the Annotations is bound, it is only drawn on the last chart as shown in the image.

If I manually code in xaml the annotations (no binding) then the annotations are drawn in both charts.

How can I make it work with the binding?

Thanks

  • Miguel Hau asked 4 years ago
  • last active 4 years ago
0 votes
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Hi,
I’ve created a custom annotation and have set it’s .IsEditable property in code so the user can reposition it. I have two issues:
1.I want the user to be able to resize the “PPZLine” in the X direction, but I can’t figure out how to get the anchor points to appear.

  1. I want to be able to see the chart data that the annotation is covering. I tried setting AnnotationCanvas = BelowChart, but then I couldn’t move the annotation or get any annotation mouse handlers to trigger.

Here’s the annoation’s xaml:

<s:CustomAnnotation x:Class="CinchV2DemoWPF.Views.SciChart.PPZView"
             xmlns="http://schemas.microsoft.com/winfx/2006/xaml/presentation"
             xmlns:x="http://schemas.microsoft.com/winfx/2006/xaml"
             xmlns:mc="http://schemas.openxmlformats.org/markup-compatibility/2006"
             xmlns:d="http://schemas.microsoft.com/expression/blend/2008"
             xmlns:CinchV2="clr-namespace:Cinch;assembly=Cinch.WPF"
             xmlns:meffed="clr-namespace:MEFedMVVM.ViewModelLocator;assembly=MEFedMVVM.WPF"
             xmlns:Interactivity="clr-namespace:System.Windows.Interactivity;assembly=System.Windows.Interactivity"
             xmlns:s="clr-namespace:Abt.Controls.SciChart;assembly=Abt.Controls.SciChart.Wpf" 
             meffed:ViewModelLocator.ViewModel="PPZViewModel"

             X1="{Binding X1}"
             Y1="{Binding Y1}"
             mc:Ignorable="d" 
             d:DesignHeight="300" d:DesignWidth="300">
<Grid>
        <Grid.RowDefinitions>
            <RowDefinition Height="Auto"/>
            <RowDefinition Height="Auto"/>
            <RowDefinition Height="*"/>
        </Grid.RowDefinitions>

    <!-- price line must use margin 0,0 or obj will not be visible-->
        <s:BoxAnnotation Name="LongEntryMarker" Grid.Row="0"
                       Width="20"    Height="10"  Background="DarkViolet" Margin="0,0"  VerticalAlignment="Top" 
                         HorizontalAlignment="Right"
                         >
        </s:BoxAnnotation>

        <!-- long marker line MouseRightButtonDown="LongEntryMarker_OnMouseRightButtonDown"-->
        <s:BoxAnnotation Name="PPZLine" Grid.Row="1"
                       Width="150"    Height="5"  Background="red" Margin="0,0"  VerticalAlignment="Top" 
                         >
        </s:BoxAnnotation>
</Grid>
</s:CustomAnnotation>
  • tecman234 asked 5 years ago
  • last active 3 years ago
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