Reproducible only with Visual Studio 2015. To work this around enable the Managed Compatibility Mode of the VS 2015 debugger. See the attached image (set-use-managed-compatibility-mode.png).
When setting a StrokeDashArray to a line series and after that zooming (and/or scrolling) - the line loses its dash array and is solid again.
When using a MarkedZone in the chart and than try to change dynamically the theme €“ it throws an InvalidOperationException
Chart: AxisY labels are not correct when IsLogarithmic=true and AutoRange=false
No exception, but series are not added.
When the item's value is zero - the label is not placed correctly (LabelDisplayMode="Outside"). It is being placed as "Inside". A work-around: to set LabelDisplayMode="Inside" Distance="-20".
RadChart throws an exception when placed inside the page content of a WPF FixedDocument ("FixedDocument is not a Visual or Visual3D").
Changing IsLogaritmic and AutoRange runtime produces wrong labels. See attached project to reproduce.
LegendItems don't get colors from PaletteBrushes if defined on ChartArea
RadChart throws LayoutCycle exception when setting RangeStart and RangeEnd in ScrollOnly mode. Depends on the size of the chart. See attached project.
When you make the window very small in height and then revert it back to normal size the Pie connectors are gone.
System.Windows.Data Warning: 4 : Cannot find source for binding with reference 'RelativeSource FindAncestor, AncestorType='Telerik.Windows.Controls.Charting.ChartLegend', AncestorLevel='1''. BindingExpression:Path=LegendItemMarkerShape; DataItem=null; targ
Two RadPanes and two Charts in each. The Legend in the first is show as expected, but in the second - there are no Legend Items.
Chart: SeriesMappings are not associated with the corresponding ChartArea on update. THis happens only in non-default layout scenarios.
In live data scenario when new items are added old items are scrolled smoothly to the left/right and only the portion of the line on the newly added item in the collection is updated.