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Replies: 3 - Last Post: Mar 17, 2015 1:26 AM Last Post By: Alex Belo
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 Teechart series values Posted: Mar 11, 2015 11:49 AM Hello, Is it possible to add points to a TChart serie which its x coordinate is out of the range of the bottom axis ? And scroll the chart later to see the point ? Thank you very much. Jayme Jeffman
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 Re: Teechart series values Posted: Mar 13, 2015 12:57 AM   in response to: Jayme Jeffman Jayme Jeffman wrote: Is it possible to add points to a TChart serie which its x coordinate is out of the range of the bottom axis ? Why not? And scroll the chart later to see the point ? This is standard situation: when you zoom in a chart part of data get out of X-coord and become invisible but after zooming out/scrolling data are visible again. -- Alex
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 Re: Teechart series values Posted: Mar 13, 2015 5:21 AM   in response to: Alex Belo Alex Belo wrote: This is standard situation: when you zoom in a chart part of data get out of X-coord and become invisible but after zooming out/scrolling data are visible again. -- Alex So you're saying that when you zoom a chart you're modifying its minimum and maximum axis values ? I thought that those axis limits were a real limitation for a serie. Jayme
 Posts: 626 Registered: 10/8/06
 Re: Teechart series values Posted: Mar 17, 2015 1:26 AM   in response to: Jayme Jeffman Jayme Jeffman wrote: This is standard situation: when you zoom in a chart part of data get out of X-coord and become invisible but after zooming out/scrolling data are visible again. So you're saying that when you zoom a chart you're modifying its minimum and maximum axis values ? It is logical to assume, I believe. Help (v.8) states: -- TChartAxis.Minimum property Minimum: Double; Description Axis Minimum is the lowest value an Axis will use to scale their dependent Series point values. TChartAxis.Maximum property Maximum: Double; Description Axis Maximum is the highest value an Axis will use to scale their dependent Series point values. -- So asis' min/max properties just set visible segment of coordinate for series drawing. I thought that those axis limits were a real limitation for a serie. No, AFAIK. -- Alex
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