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Hello,

I’m working at displaying a map using FastNonUniformHeatmapRenderableSeries. I want to make it looks blurry, so there will be smooth transition between inner edges.

How can I do it?

Thanks in advance

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Hello,

I used to work with SciChart v. 3.5.0.7433. I had a problem with blurred Fastlinerenderable series. I changed “Antialiasing” property, it helped me, but there were some extra semi-transparent pixels. So I changed SnapsToDevicePixels to “True” and UseLayoutRounding to “False” and the lines looked great (see pic1). Now I’m working with v. 4.0.4.8098 . I set all properties to make it look like in old version, but it doesn’t work (see pic2).

What should I do to make renderableseries look like 1 pixel non-blurred line?
Thanks in advance

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Hello again!

I’ve got a problem with LineAnnotation display on the axis: it is blurry (image 1). I have tried to use UseLayoutRounding/SnapsToDevicePixels properties from this post https://www.scichart.com/questions/question/2-1-1-lines-are-sometimes-blurry-when-added-to-modifier-surface, but it doesn’t work. Any ideas to make this LineAnnotation look like other annotation on surface?

Thanks in advance!

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