Just curious. Is there a maximum amount of Y-Axes that can be shown on a graph?
We have 2 graph surfaces with 2 Y axes on each side, but the label formatting of the axes is different. That makes the axes widths different and therefore both the graphs appear as they have different widths. Is there a way to make the axis widths fixed so the graphs can be the same size?
Currently we have two graph surfaces with two Y axes on each side and we need all of the Y axes to have fixed width size. Until now we were achieving that like this:
topGraphSurface.LeftAxisAreaForcedSize = 45;
topGraphSurface.RightAxisAreaForcedSize = 45;
bottomGraphSurface.LeftAxisAreaForcedSize = 45;
bottomGraphSurface.RightAxisAreaForcedSize = 45;
but since updating to the new SciChart v3 we get the error “SciChartSurface does not contain a definition for (Left)AxisAreaForcedSize”. I couldn’t find any information about this in the Migration guide, so is there a way to achieve this in the new version?
Does SciChart provide a built-in way to display multiple data series on the same 3D chart where the series do not share a common unit or order of magnitude? On a 2D chart I would use a second y-axis via the YAxes collection but I can’t find an equivalent property on the SciChart3DSurface class.