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Hello,

In one use case of our application it is desired to keep the sizes of lines and shapes constant even when the viewport size is changing. On resizing, just a differnt portion of the same content is shown as we are used from office writers etc.

What is the most simple way to achieve this behavior?

Thanks very much!

Thoralf

  • ThoralfB asked 8 years ago
  • last active 6 months ago
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Hi, from the attached screenshot, we can see that the axis marker is somehow overlapped the chart content. I would like to ask how to resize the annotation so that we can fix this issue? thanks.

  • Ray Hung asked 5 years ago
  • last active 5 years ago
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In WPF, I am trying to allow user to resize a box annotation by holding the mouse on its side edges and dragging the mouse to left or right. By default, the box annotation allows to resize only by its round shaped holders appearing on top corners. Is there any way to allow such functionality?

So far, I have thought of placing two vertical annotations inside the box annotation template exactly on its edges and then sync their X coordinates with that of the box by two way binding. However, it is not an easy way to do it and also it does not work when used together as a single custom annotation or composite annotation.

Please suggest if any property can be tweaked for box annotation to achieve this?

  • Anil Soman asked 4 years ago
  • last active 4 years ago
1 vote
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I have a chart in the center of the page and the chart will resize according to the browser window size. When I expand the browser window, the chart will expand to fit the browser size. In this case, the chart grows downward gradually (with animation). How can I remove this animation effect when resizing the chart?

In case it’s related to my style. Here are my markup and style for reference:

//Markup

//Style
.contentPanel {
flex: 1 1 auto;
width: calc(100% – 335px);
max-height: calc(100vh – 108px);
display: flex;
flex-direction: column;
}

.chartContainer {
position: relative;
margin: 10px 0;
display: flex;
flex-direction: column;
flex: 1;
}

.scichart-root {
width: 100%;
height: 100%;
}

  • Kelly Chan asked 2 months ago
  • last active 5 days ago
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