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Hello guys !
I am looking at the Composite Annotation example provided with the SDK that I downloaded a few days back.

I am somewhat confused on what assemblies I will need . The assemblies list you use is extensive and it is unclear to me what assemblies I need to include to apply this to my plot implementation.

The namespace
SciChart.Examples.Examples.AnnotateAChart.CompositeAnnotations is what I am looking at and what in that list of assemblies will I need to include to successfully implement Composite Annotation in our application ?

I work with a few models and views. Two of them, the ChartView and the PlotView respectively handles the charting surface , then the surrounding toggle buttons and such belongs to the PlotView.

What would be your recommendation how to begin implement this ?

Appreciate the support
Thank you

Cheers
Anders

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I have added a real time value legend to my chart. This is working well, based upon examples I have found here at the forum and in the SciChart documentation.

My question is this:
How can I position this new legend (includes series color, series name and series YValue ) so that it is in relation to a single or multiple Y axis’s displayed. In other words I like it to positions itself in relation to the YAxis so it does not overwrite it, and stays on the plotting area.

Appreciate the help
Thank you
Anders

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I have introduced a real time chart in my WPF Application. The chart starts plotting points from the left of the chart ( close to Y-Axis).

I would like it to start plotting from the right of the chart ( Away from Y-Axis) and as when points start adding up, I would like the points to slide to the left ( Towards Y-Axis).

Similar to how performance tab in Task Manager displays the CPU utilization.

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