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I like the BlackSteel theme for the data chart, but like to modify a little bit of it. Is there a way for me to use the blackSteel theme that come out of the box as a start, and customize it a little to meet our customer’s needs?
We are working on developing an application that will be deployed on tug boats.
Our end users have asked that we provide a “night mode” to help reduce glare at night as it gets very dark out on the open water and any light reflected off windows seems incredibly bright.
Has anyone previously asked for a simple black and red “night mode” graph theme? If not, would it be possible to put one together?
I was trying to figure out why I couldn’t get minor tick marks to appear on my axes and then I realized it’s because of the theme I was using (BrightSpark). Just a heads up to anyone else who may run into this.
IMO themes should not hide chart features such as tick marks.
I have a WPF TextBlock control that I want to set the foreground color for based on the colors in the current SciChart theme (I want to make it the same color as, say, the axis titles). How do I access the color values for the current theme?
Could your provide an example on how to change the color of the zoom box that is drawn when using the rubberbandzoomodifier? I have a gray background and it is difficult to see the white box that is drawn.
I would like to call ThemeManager.SetTheme to change the theme, export an image to file, and then restore the original theme. How can I ensure that the new theme has been applied before calling ExportToFile?
is there a better way to capture a screenshot of a plot using a different theme?
Can you post the style definitions for the current eight standard themes? I would like to create two new themes that are close to existing, with several color and configuration tweaks.
I understand these themes may change with later versions, but having snapshots of the 4.1 or 4.2 versions as a starting point would be a tremendous time saver.