This is what I want it to look like: (see 1.jpg)
This is what (see 2.jpg) it does look like if I leave setIsLabelCullingEnabled enabled (all labels are culled except if I zoom WAY in)
This is what (see 3.jpg) it does look like if I turn off setIsLabelCullingEnabled
I would expect #2 to look like #3 without either one of the 20/15% and either 1% or 1.25% culled, when culling is enabled.
First things the specific values/locations are precise, I need those lines and labels exactly where they are. So I had to create my own LogarithmicNumericTickProvider and feed it all the numbers; this worked great and the numbers are where they need to be — but apparently using our own LogarithmicNumericTickProvider totally breaks culling. Any ideas on how we can get culling to work with our own LogarithmicNumericTickProvider. Is their another way to do this without using our own LogarithmicNumericTickProvider.
I have a simple chart using a an SCIDateTimeAxis to display dates along the x-axis. In some situations, the labels displayed along this x-axis are way too close together. Please see attached screenshot. I was wondering whether there is a property somewhere I can configure to increase the required “culling” space between labels? Or, failing that, what would I need to implement myself to somehow drop some of the displayed labels in order to make them more readable?