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I’m pretty sure the modifier ZoomExtents fits the entire graph to the screen. But a lot of my interesting data happens right at the far right edge of my graph. So I want to add a buffer.

I’d like to zoom to XMin – XMax0.05 and XMax +XMax0.05.

I do this when loading my graph, and I’d like the double tap of my graph to also zoom to that range.

Any ideas?

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Hi,

Are there any events on the chart which fires on zoom starts and zoom ends which i can use to calculate the time taken for the zoom operation.

Thanks,

Pruthvi Sagar

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Hi I am using scichartsurface with multiple y axes and a single x axis. I would want the zooming to work in a block basis as shown in the attachments.
For ex: In the first attachment I am selecting the block from 08:00:00(xaxis) and 0.76(y axis), and moving on upto 09:30:00(approx) and -22(approx). So when i start zooming the area, is it possible that it selects the entire block(A block would be distance from one major grid line to the next immediate major grid line across X axis). Please refer to 2nd attachment if unclear.

Does SciChart provide any such feature?

  • Kedar k asked 3 years ago
  • last active 3 years ago
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i have a problem with zoom : i can’t declare my function for charting inside the constructor of my class no also in the function loaded for the simple reason because i must pass two list for this function “public void CreateDataSetAndSeries(List lstX, List lstY)”, so, i create my function like this in my .XAM.cs class :

public void CreateDataSetAndSeries(List lstX, List lstY)
{
series0 = new XyDataSeries<DateTime, double>();

        using (this.sciChartSurface.SuspendUpdates())
        {

               series0.Append(lstX, lstY);

        }           
        lineSeries.DataSeries = series0;
        sciChartSurface.ZoomExtentsY();
   }

and for my class.xaml i write this :
<SciChart:SciChartSurface.ChartModifier>

<SciChart:RubberBandXyZoomModifier/>

                <SciChart:ZoomPanModifier ExecuteOn="MouseRightButton"/>
                    <SciChart:ZoomExtentsModifier ExecuteOn="MouseDoubleClick"/>

                <SciChart:CursorModifier ReceiveHandledEvents="True" ShowAxisLabels="True"  ShowTooltip="True" ShowTooltipOn="MouseRightButtonDown"/>

the problem i can’t did the zoom So what i can do ?
waiting for your response thank you !

  • sahar Les asked 3 years ago
  • last active 3 years ago
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We were recently asked on priority support tickets ‘How do I ZoomExtents a SciChartSurface to a specific range, e.g. VisibleRangeLimit, when double clicking on the chart’.

For the benefit of our user-base our solution is below.

  • Andrew asked 3 years ago
  • last active 3 years ago
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What’s happening when i am double click on the chart surface?How Zoom extents modifier calculate the visible range?.I need to know in order to use the same calculation in my code.

  • Raghupathy asked 3 years ago
  • last active 3 years ago
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Hi,
I have a SciChartSurfacewith one xaxis an four yaxis and a dynamic number of series which are added at runtime.
Also I have some modifiers especially the ZoomExtentsModifier( ExecuteOn=”MouseDoubleClick” XyDirection=”XDirection”) and for each yaxis a yaxisdragmodifier.
Is it possible to double click on a single yaxis and ZoomExtends only this yaxis?

Regards Markus

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