Declined
Last Updated: 08 Jul 2015 13:29 by ADMIN
Ian
Created on: 17 Jun 2015 00:42
Category: ChartView
Type: Bug Report
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FIX. RadChartView - design time issues when changing properties of the Axis collection
Having issues withVS2013 & 2015 Q1 Winforms RadChartView control

1. WYSIWYG in design time does not refresh properly after changing axis collection parameters, unless close and reopen the parent winform or custom control
2. by changing an axis collection parameter , seem to end up with multiple extra axes series (originally had axisX, AxisY, and after a minor param change ended up with axis 0 thru 5 (6 in total) and all series where now using axis4 & axis5 not my original axis?
3. I can't see to toggle display on/off of series in winforms via the legend, yet in wpf web it is possible? will this feature be added later?

attached is example of WYSIWYG not working

improvement Suggestions:
I would love to have a major and minor grid (similar to ref: http://thumbs.dreamstime.com/z/screen-digital-oscilloscope-two-types-signal-33269502.jpg)  as most of my work is measurement and scientific in nature. 

I would like to ensure the ratio of X-Y is fixed so that on resize of the control the grid does not skew or stretch  and I loose 1:1 aspect ratio

I look forward to your feedback ;)


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2 comments
ADMIN
Stefan
Posted on: 08 Jul 2015 13:29
Closing this case as non-reproducible. If details are provided in future, the case will be reopened.
ADMIN
Stefan
Posted on: 18 Jun 2015 09:27
Hi Ian,

1. Can you give me an example which parameter you are changing that is not refreshing?
2. Please provide step by step instruction how to reproduce this.
3. I have added a separate feature request for this: http://feedback.telerik.com/Project/154/Feedback/Details/161748
4. May I please ask you to add a separate item for the major and minor grid functionality with more details on precisely what do you need. We strive to keep one item per subject to avoid confusion.