static gridlines

Oct 25, 2010 at 4:12 PM

I tried this topic before but I didn't explain it very well.

I need the gridlines on the chart to remain stationary when panning.  The data displayed on the chart will move and the values on the major ticklines will change.  But the background gridlines need to stay put.  I need to figure this out whether it is built in (which I'm sure it isn't) or not.  So if anyone has some direction about how to alter the behavior of the gridlines and the major and minor ticks when panning, please direct me.  Even minor suggestions or guesses would be helpful.

Thanks.

Oct 25, 2010 at 4:22 PM
One way you can handle this is to create your own grid and host inside the ChartPlotter. That way, it would ignore the panning and zooming altogether. Let me know if you need some guidance on how to accomplish that.
Of course, you would want to hide the current grid from view, so you can set that like this: "plotter.AxisGrid.Visibility = Visibility.Hidden;"

On Mon, Oct 25, 2010 at 10:12 AM, iguanamind <notifications@codeplex.com> wrote:

From: iguanamind

I tried this topic before but I didn't explain it very well.

I need the gridlines on the chart to remain stationary when panning. The data displayed on the chart will move and the values on the major ticklines will change. But the background gridlines need to stay put. I need to figure this out whether it is built in (which I'm sure it isn't) or not. So if anyone has some direction about how to alter the behavior of the gridlines and the major and minor ticks when panning, please direct me. Even minor suggestions or guesses would be helpful.

Thanks.

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Jason Fox
Oct 25, 2010 at 4:50 PM

Would I extend AxisGrid or something like that?  Where do I start with creating my own grid?  Thanks for replying.

Oct 26, 2010 at 2:50 PM

It depends on what you need that grid to do. If it is truly static, meaning that the grid line spacing and layout never changes, then you can simply create a standard WPF Grid object and populate it with lines and set it as a child of the ChartPlotter.

Editor
Nov 7, 2010 at 9:16 AM

Hi!

My name is Mikhail Brinchuk, and I am a developer of DynamicDataDisplay.

I'm searching now a remote job, so if you or your company can offer it to me, I will be very grateful.

If you want to customize DynamicDataDisplay somehow, I can help you to do it.

My CV is here - https://sites.google.com/site/thecentury/

Best regards,

Mikhail.