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Hello,

I have a line series with 500k to 8 million data points and I use the StrokePaletteProvider to highlight certain peaks in different colors. But the colors only appear right at a certain zoom level, without zooming in it is a mixture of my default line color and the chosen StrokePaletteProvider color. Is there anything I can do about this?

  • Roland D asked 3 weeks ago
  • last active 3 weeks ago
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Has anyone ever encountered this problem?
Could you give me a help? How to solve this problem?
The app didn’t run in the method of ‘getStrokeColors()’, when I debugged.

public class BubbleChartFragment extends ExampleBaseFragment {
    ...

    {
    ...
    FastBubbleRenderableSeries mRSeries = sciChartBuilder.newBubbleSeries()
                    .withDataSeries(dataSeries)
                    .withZScaleFactor(zScaleFactor / 10f)
                    .withBubbleBrushStyle(new SolidBrushStyle(0xffff0000))
                    .withAutoZRange(false)
                    .withStrokeStyle(0xff00ff00, 20f)
                    .withPaletteProvider(new StrokePaletteProvider())
                    .build();
    }

    private class StrokePaletteProvider extends PaletteProviderBase<FastBubbleRenderableSeries> implements IStrokePaletteProvider {
            private final IntegerValues colors = new IntegerValues();
            private final int[] desiredColors = new int[]{0xFF00FF00, 0xFF0000FF};

            protected StrokePaletteProvider() {
                super(FastBubbleRenderableSeries.class);
            }

            @Override
            public void update() {
                final BubbleRenderPassData currentRenderPassData = (BubbleRenderPassData) renderableSeries.getCurrentRenderPassData();

                final int size = currentRenderPassData.pointsCount();
                colors.setSize(size);

                final int[] colorsArray = colors.getItemsArray();
                final int[] indices = currentRenderPassData.indices.getItemsArray();
                for (int i = 0; i < size; i++) {
                    final int index = indices[i];
                    colorsArray[i] = desiredColors[index % 2];
                }

            }

            @Override
            public IntegerValues getStrokeColors() {
                return colors;
            }
        }
    }
  • SiYuan Ou asked 5 months ago
  • last active 5 months ago
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