I use SciChart mostly for stock charts. My understanding is that the line color of a candlestick sets both the body outline and the wicks. Is there any way to set the opacity and line color of the wicks differently than the body outline?
In a stock chart with many points, the color of the wicks becomes the dominant color, and therefore when looking at a chart the curve of the wicks becomes the dominant curve. I would like to reduce the opacity of the wicks so that the curve of the candlestick bodies is the dominant curve when looking at the chart.
- Steven M asked 4 years ago
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