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Greeting, I want to do a custom cursor, something just like the image, but with candles (a candlestick chart) , and I wanna see all the info (Date, open, close, high, low). Is there any example of it?

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hi, I wanted to display the cursor information (x, y value)on the text annotation like the following. I can only find the example of displaying as tooltip, but is it possible to show with the text annotation? Thank you!

  • may lym asked 6 months ago
  • last active 6 months ago
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Hi.

I am evaluating the SciChart control – so far it looks very promising.

I have a FastHeatMapRenderableSeries that is analyzed and a FastLineRenderableSeries line is drawn through the chart.

The user needs to be able to correct the analysis, and this is done by “drawing” in the heatmap.

As far as I could tell, the ChartModifierBase gives med the necessary hooks to track the user’s mouse movements – but I would like to give some visual feedback by changing the cursor, for instance to Cursors.Pen (Cursors from the Microsoft namespace)

Is this possible? I would want to enable drawing when user presses Ctrl, the disable it when user releases Ctrl…

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Hi,

I am trying out SciChart, and so far I am impressed about the performance and capabilities.

For my application I need to have a cursor showing the X and Y values of the current data point. The RolloverModifier seems to be a good start, but at some points i need other behaviour:

  1. I need the cursor to only move when the mouse button is down. So
    you can zoom/pan the graph, with the cursor remaining on the same
    data point.
  2. I need the cursor to move to the next/previous data
    point on a keypress (Keys.Left and Keys.Right).

The exapmle “Custom ChartModifiers – Part 2 – Custom ZoomPanModifier and Zooming on KeyPress” seems to be a good start, where the OnAttached() method of a SimpleZoomInOutModifier class, derived from ChartModifierBase, is overridden to get access to keypress events:

    public override void OnAttached()
    {
        base.OnAttached();
        var scichart = ((SciChartSurface)ParentSurface);

        var mainWindow = FindLogicalParent(scichart);

        mainWindow.PreviewKeyDown -= SciChart_PreviewKeyDown;
        mainWindow.PreviewKeyDown += SciChart_PreviewKeyDown;
    }

    private T FindLogicalParent(SciChartSurface scichart) where T:class
    {
        var parent = (FrameworkElement)scichart.Parent;
        while (parent != null)
        {
            var candidate = parent as T;
            if (candidate != null) return candidate;

            parent = (FrameworkElement)parent.Parent;
        }

        return null;
    }

But the function FindLogicalParent() gives compiler errors, and in the downloaded code for this exaple application, this method isn’t even there… the method OnAttached() in the downloaded code is:

    public override void OnAttached()
    {
        base.OnAttached();
        var scichart = ((SciChartSurface)ParentSurface);

        scichart.PreviewKeyDown -= SciChart_PreviewKeyDown;
        scichart.PreviewKeyDown += SciChart_PreviewKeyDown;
    }

But this code doesn’t work. The SciChart_PreviewKeyDown eventhandler is never called.

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