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Hi, Andrew. I want to change the style of the control handle of annotation, including color, size, shape and so on. Forthmore, I want to and a rotating handle, even the control handle of corner radius in BoxAnnotation. Could you give me some suggestions?

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Is it possible use SciChart to rotate the point markers on chart by a z value? I’d like to produce a chart similar to the attached wind chart sample from the weather underground website.

  • wawr asked 9 years ago
  • last active 9 years ago
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Request for enhancement to polar charts to allow for rotation of the X axis. I want to use this chart type with compass directions. Therefore a range of 0-360 with 0 at the top of the chart.

I was able to use the workaround for rotation here:

However as the OP on that question noted there are several drawbacks to simply rotating the entire chart surface.
Also I found that at run-time rotating the chart surface is inaccurate as in this example:

Polar chart example

As you can see the 100 degree mark is not in the correct location. Directly right should be 90.

In the designer the chart axis looks as it should:

enter image description here

  • wawr asked 9 years ago
  • last active 5 years ago
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I try to rotate the axistitle on a chart. the title is outside the bounds of the control. How can I make the surface resize to include the axistitle?

I set it in code behind when creating an y-axis. Thats necessary because I cannot style via datatemplates when I bind an axiscollection:

My code for the axis:

            Style s = new Style(typeof(AxisTitle));
            s.Setters.Add(new Setter(NumericAxis.RenderTransformProperty, new RotateTransform(90)));
            s.Setters.Add(new Setter(NumericAxis.RenderTransformOriginProperty, new Point(1, 0.5)));

            yAxis.TitleStyle = s;

In general it works but looks like in the picture.

  • Uwe Hafner asked 9 years ago
  • last active 9 years ago
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