I have a chart with multiple dataseries, with each dataseries having annotations on top (like in the Trade Markers example). I have a legend which already shows or hides dataseries using a checkbox, but how can I make this checkbox also show or hide the annotations for that dataseries? Can I hook an event when this checkbox is triggered, or when the dataseries visibility changes?
I am using the BrushAnnotation and it works fine except that the
mouseover events seems to happen too soon.
I mean that when the mouse is close to the BrushAnnotation, but not on it,
the mouse cursor changed and I can drag the BrushAnnotation.
It happens for all lines but especially for shapes with many segments which
are closed to each other, see attached file ‘MouseOver event too soon (my application).png’.
I saw something similar in your ‘Trade Annotation’ example ,
it happens when I used the Tools=>Pointer, see attached figure ‘MouseOver event too soon (from Scichart example).png’.
Can I changed the distance from which the mouseover event starts?
SciChart is creating too much garbage objects/events* instead of reusing through pools (Analysis through dotMemory shows this). In complex applications this additional gc-pressure causes frequent lockups. (GC Pauses in 50-250ms+ range).
Top backtraces for GC-Problem:
– Tick Rendering (TimeSpan, Strings)
– Double, String, TimeSpan
All of these top types/backtraces result directly from SciChart as we cross-verified with your 2D-Chart-Realtime-Series demo and by omitting the SciChart controls from our application. ( 2/3 of the total memory pressure comes from SciChart with even just 2 charts being present in our application, we see 5MB garbage memory traffic per 2 second, resulting in very frequent GC collections sporadically spiking into a high duration)
We currently use SciChart WPF V5, it seems SciChart WPF V6 Demo didnt fix this instead just using the LowLatency GC mode causing more frequent GC-collections causing worse overall performance in complex applications. (as we verfied in our application)
Is there plans to increase memory/object reuse/pooling and reduce events/actions? (70k allocations of events/actions for short time spans arent really understandable). What are those 70k events for simply rendering a chart with not much changing, see the attached image.
What settings/methods do you recommend to lower the Memory Pressure/WeakEvents resulting from SciChart usage?
What is the best rendering method to minimize GC pressure, we only require updates if new data becomes available through our application. Would it be manual?