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Cursor Modifier to Snap to X axis data only

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Hello, I am using the Cross CursorModifier with axis labels and tool tips on a FastCandlestickRenderableSeries only. I have been using the CursorModifier:SnappingMode=”CrosshairToSeries” however I would like to only have the X axis of the CursorModifier snap to the nearest X data point of the series. This way the Y axis of the CursorModifier is still free to view price and hold a reference for where the Tooltip should be displayed. Any direction to the proper documentation for this functionality would be appreciated.

Thank you,

  • Andrew Burnett-Thompson
    Hi Leland, I’m afraid such functionality doesn’t exist out of the box and would require a code change or custom modifier. How badly do you need it? We can investigate custom functionality as part of consultancy work, or log as a feature request and get to when we have bandwidth. Best regards, Andrew
  • Leland
    Thanks for the reply. It is not super urgent, it is just a feature I have been trying to tackle in a personal project that I feel would make the charts feel much less clunky overall. I think it would be great to get this functionality on the future feature list!
  • Oleksandr Shvets
    Hi Leland, Thanks for your reply. Please create a new feature request then and let people vote for this. Your request will be prioritized by the team based on the number of received votes and its relevance. Here is how to create a new feature request: Thanks in advance, Oleksandr
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