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Tooltips from my TooltipModifier were being clipped at the SciChartSurface’s boundaries when they were long, which I didn’t like. I poked around a bit and discovered SciChartSurface.ClipModifierSurface. After setting this to false, the tooltips were allowed to spill over the boundaries as desired. Yay! However, certain elements including (but perhaps not limited to) the GridLinesPanel’s border lines and gridlines from adjacent plots end up rendering on top of the tooltip (see screenshot; it’s showing two surfaces stacked vertically, with a tooltip from the top one spilling over onto the one below it). Is there anything I can do to prevent this? Things that didn’t work were using a custom TooltipContainerStyle with the new container’s opacity set to 1.0 and its Panel.ZIndex to 100.

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In a previous project (matlab based) we have created charts as in the attached image.

This was previously done by adding all the points to a 2d histogram, this is a bit cumbersome as to give nice output the data needs to be resampled so that data points are equidistant at the display scale otherwise fast rises or falls (i.e. a small number of equi-time points). This approach becomes even worse if you want to enable interactive inspection of the plot instead of static as this will need to be recalculated for each zoom level.

Is there an easy way a similar effect in scichart without having to resort to manually creating 2d histograms. I was thinking there may be some option I can play with on how line series are rendered that might be able to generate this effect.

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