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SciChart v3.1 Build 4761 Released

We are pleased to announce a hotfix update to SciChart. Version 3.1.4761 is a cumulative update with Features & Fixes which have already been deployed to the Nightly build, now packaged for full release for our customers.

You can get the Installer from our Downloads page, or the download or reference the DLLs from our NuGet feed. Full instructions on the Downloads page.

Change Log
  • SC-2126 Fixed DirectX10 Renderer Memory Leak – incorrect disposal of textures on resize of surface
  • SC-2134 Using DirectX Surface Sharing with D3D9, removing need for CPU to GPU copy and significantly improving DirectX renderer performance on high-res monitors
  • SC-2031 Fixed bad performance issue in OHLC and Column Series when DirectX10 Renderer was used
  • SC-2047 Fixed IsAxisMarkerEnabled has no effect in SciStockChart
  • SC-2135 Fixed Rollover Issue when a series only has one datapoint
  • SC-2136 Fixed performance demo crashing in NBody Simulation when run more than once
  • SC-2128 Fixed issue when exception was thrown because of using a disposed pen in OHLC Series rendering
  • SC-2121 Fixed Rollover Legend flickers in Silverlight
  • SC-2137 Fixed HorizontalLineAnnotation axis label remains after removing annotation
  • SC-2173 Fixed issue where trying to draw StackedMountainRenderableSeries before DataSeries was attached
  • SC-2106 Fixed SciChartGroup after calling Clear() on panes collection they remain on screen
  • SC-2161 D3D9 instance is now shared in DirectX Renderer, resolves out of memory issues with many charts
  • SC-2170 Fixed gradient angles for Candlestick, Column charts in DirectX renderer
  • Fixed the issue when removing an annotation on MouseDown and causing exception
  • Fixed exception when using Scientific Notation without format string
  • Fixed Point Marker sprite bug in DirectX – markers not appearing because of sprite caching

New Tutorials and KB Articles

In the past week, we’ve put up a number of video tutorials and articles on the ChartModifierBase API, and creating ECG sweeping traces with SciChart, showcasing some powerful features of the API. Take a look at the following!

 

 

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