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Hi!

I am trying to implement a custom ViewportManager for a SciChart3DSurface, but the overridden methods, such as OnCalculateNewXRange are not called after I assign the custom ViewportManager to a surface. The minimalistic version of my code is:

public class Test3DViewportManager : ViewportManager3DBase
    {
    public Test3DViewportManager() : base()
        {           
        }

    public override void OnParentSurfaceRendered(ISciChart3DSurface sciChartSurface)
        {
        base.OnParentSurfaceRendered(sciChartSurface);
        }

    protected override IRange OnCalculateNewXRange(IAxis3D xAxis)
        {
        return base.CalculateAutoRange(xAxis);
        }


    protected override IRange OnCalculateNewYRange(IAxis3D yAxis, RenderPassInfo3D renderPassInfo)
        {
        return base.CalculateAutoRange(yAxis);
        }


    protected override IRange OnCalculateNewZRange(IAxis3D zAxis, RenderPassInfo3D renderPassInfo)
        {
        return base.CalculateAutoRange(zAxis);
        }
    }

I tried to assign the custom manager is two different ways in code-behind, none of them work:

var VM= new Test3DViewportManager();
SciChart.ViewportManager = VM;  // way 1
VM.AttachSciChartSurface(SciChart); // way 2    

I would appreciate any suggestion, thanks in advance!

  • corvex asked 8 months ago
  • last active 8 months ago
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I want YAxis Auto Scale less than the value max 10% and greater value min 10%, how?

  • kingsoff asked 8 years ago
  • last active 6 years ago
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How exactly does the SuspendUpdates work? I was under the impression that the surface the ViewportManager is attached to should not be redrawn until the IUpdateSuspender was disposed.

        using (var s = ViewportManager.SuspendUpdates())
        {
            // Clear ObservableCollection<IChartSeriesViewModel> that is databound to SciChartSurface.SeriesSource
            // Add new IChartSeriesViewModel to ObservableCollection
        }

The behavior I’m observing is after the clear it is blanking out the chart and then I see the new series drawn on the surface. I was expecting to see the chart immediately switch to the new series without first seeing the chart surface being cleared. Is this not the behavior of SuspendUpdates?

  • dkuo asked 6 years ago
  • last active 6 years ago
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Hello,

Currently I am using ViewportManager.AnimateZoomExtents to animate the data to fit the size of the graph. However, the animation causes the data to reach the very edge (X-Axis Max and Y-Axis Max). Is there a way that I can use AnimateZoomExtents to animate the data out but leave a 10% gap between the edge and X-Axis/Y-Axis Max?

I was able to do this using the following code, but I lose complete animation (which is what I’m looking for).

AxisYVisibleRange = new DoubleRange(AxisYVisibleRange.Min, AxisYVisibleRange.Max + (AxisYVisibleRange.Max * .10))
ViewportManager.AnimateZoomExtents(AnimateZoomTimeSpan);
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Hi

We use ViewportManager to automatically calculate the visible range of Y-axis for all series in the chart.

   <s:SciChartSurface Margin="0, 5, 0, 0"  Grid.Column="2"
                           ViewportManager="{Binding ViewportManager}"
                           MinHeight="250" MinWidth="250"
                           x:Name="MainChartSurface"
                           RenderableSeries="{s:SeriesBinding SeriesVms}"
                           ChartTitle="{Binding ChartModel.Title}"
                           Loaded="MainChartSurface_Loaded"
                           YAxes="{Binding YAxes}"
                           XAxes="{Binding XAxes}"
                           Style="{StaticResource YAxisStyle}"
                           Annotations="{s:AnnotationsBinding ChartModel.Annotations}">
      :
      : (omitted for brevity)
   </s:SciChartSurface>

This approach works fine for one chart.

We now have an additional requirement, which is to have the same VisibleRange for Y-axis over multiple charts. Basically, the VisibleRange should be set to be the [Min, Max] range over all the series in all charts.

Is there a way to achieve this with ViewportManager ?
Is there a way to make several charts related and assign it a common instance of ViewportManager?

BR, Gianni

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