I would like a “Pause” button on my chart to temporarily suspend drawing updates, even while realtime data updates are still coming in to the databound DataSeries. Pressing the button again would re-enable drawing updates and show the data lines updated with all the data collected while drawing was previously paused.
Is there anything in the SciChart API to do this easily or would I need to do this manually (possibly by cloning the DataSeries when the chart is paused and databinding to the clones, then restoring the original binding when un-paused)?
I’d like to update the iOS version to the latest stable one (4.1.0), but after following the steps here: https://www.scichart.com/documentation/ios/current/integrating-scichart-libraries.html
Xcode keeps complaining:
framework not found SciChart.xcframework
clang: error: linker command failed with exit code 1
If I downgrade back to 3.1.1 everything works again. Any idea why the version 4.1.0 is not working? I’m using Pods to manage all dependencies.
To whom this may concern:
I am trying to upgrade to SciChart v4, but am having no success loading the addin on Visual Studio 2015 Professional.
I’ve followed the instructions of this website and the “SciChart Updater” does not show up in my “Tools” menu.
Can you please advise?