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I use a simple box annotation to highlight a section candlesticks on a chart. Currently I only see how to set this annotation X1 and X2 to Major grid units (ie 1,2,3,4,5). Since I would like to have this box annotation fully highlight only the desired candlesticks, is there a way to offset this X1 and X2 position by 0.5 so that it would include only (and fully) the desired candles? Apologies if I have missed this in the docs somewhere but I have been unable to find anything to accomplish this.

EDIT: For my x axis I am using a CategoryDateTimeAxis

Thank you.

  • Leland asked 11 months ago
  • last active 11 months ago
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I am using the 2D Heatmap with text as my working prototype. I wish to have a secondary Axis on the opposite side of my man Axis that displays a count for that row or column. To display this information is simple enough through using the LabelProvider (although two lines maybe a bit tricky), and I can do some stuff with the TickProvider when it gets a bit too busy.

My question is on how I can position these TickLabels to be in the center of a row/column?

My first thought was I could be cheeky and set the margin value to offset it in its style but it seems it only works so far with the TickLabel just displayed below the tick.

        <Style x:Key="LeftAxisLabelStyle" TargetType="s:NumericTickLabel">
                   <Setter Property="Margin" Value="0,0,0,-30"/>

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What I am trying to achieve seems to be the default positioning for column charts, and histograms. I was wondering if there is a behind the scenes option or an override I’ve missed to set this?

Alternatively annotations maybe the way to go but I get the impression that this is more for on chart labels rather than for Axis?

p.s. I think when dealing with multiple Axes, you should give an warning/error if an “Id” is not given to secondary Axis as the graph will just show blank.

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