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I am trying to use SciChartGroupPane and ChildPanes for my application, and
want to collapse a pane , so that the remaining space is filled with the remaining graphs.
I tried to set the visibility to collapsed but, when i do that the panes only disappear,
but the remaining pane does not resize.
As I see the panes have two small buttons on the upper right corner for collapse and close,
This collapse button is similar to what i would want but I have no idea how to reach the collapse
functionality throgh code. Is it possible to collapse a pane withouth removing it from the container
for the ItemTemplate?
Connecting to my latest reply on this thread
I still can’t make panes disappear correctly with multiple panes.
Here is the sample project demonstrating what you proposed on the previous thread, the first chartpane is shown but the panes do not resize.
Please make this project work as expected (i.e. there is 3 panes in the list, but only the second displayed in the list on the area of the 3 panes) to show me, how this works.
Guys I m trying to minimize all child pane in multi-pane charts by default i am not able to do that please help me
i want same like in image attached below.
please reply as soon as possible.
I am having an issue with legend as legend box is displays on chart and its also display series name on it but colors are not coming in legend only series name is displayed.
I also attached a IMAGE showing the above issue.
I’m trying to create Multi-Pane Heatmaps by using your example for multi-pane stock charts. I need to have one colormap per viewmodel and I think this should be bound to one HeatmapColourMap each to display the values of color.
So the ItemSource of SciChartGroup is ChartPaneViewModels which contains x number of Viewmodels where I add HeatMapRenderableSeriesViewModel with dataseries to ObservableCollection. Is this possible? I’m having some trouble displaying the correct colors for the data.