Hurrah! I was working on a basic Blazor snippet yesterday using the SVG Exporter (gave up on writing an interactive one after realising the blazor canvas API is async: would need a custom measurer). Everything seems to be working except the displaying the SVG bit (I am not a web dev), but I'll see if I can work that out today.
but we need an ascii renderer if it can only output to console
… I did plan one of those once
@objorke Windows 10, resolution 1920x1080, 125% scaling. And the problem seems to be caused by the scaling. When I turn it off the gridlines look fine (but my laptop recommends the scaling, otherwise everything looks too small). Interestingly, if I start my program at 100% scale and change it to 125%, the gridlines remain looking OK. However, if I start the program at 125%, that's when they look messed up.
WPF, right? I have seen the same problem. Is it in the issues? If not, can you add this bug?
@objorke Yes, WPF. I didn't this problem in the issues, so I'll add it. Thanks.
OxyPlot.SharpDX updated to 2.0 ?
if I have a large dataset then would setting lineseries.Itemsource to just a double be faster than my current list<someclass> and using mapping
While it is still able to plot now, my issue often is lag in interactivity... panning zooming and my custom tracker.
More specifically, I need a way for the OxyPlot tracker to only track the intersection with the vertical line of the tracker. Right now, the default behavior of the tracker is to find the closest point of the graph to the mouse cursor.
Cannot initialize the component at design window after updating to V2.0 statble.
V2.0.0-unstable from nuget works well.
When I put horizontal markers with annotations into my chart they are sometime out of view when auto-zooming on the series is used, because their y-position is greater/lower than min/max series values. Is there some elegant solution to include markers into zoom?
Hi folks! Wouldn't it be wonderful if the OxyPlot.Avalonia package receives an update to support Avalonia 0.9.0 on NuGet? Attempted to bring the changes from upstream here oxyplot/oxyplot-avalonia#5
I've obviously been using an older version of OxyPlot, because when I updated to 2.0.0 I no longer have access to LineSeries.ScaleFactor. What happened to it?