When you make the window very small in height and then revert it back to normal size the Pie connectors are gone.
Chart - properties are not bound correctly when chart is in DataTemplate.
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
Chart: SeriesMappings are not associated with the corresponding ChartArea on update. THis happens only in non-default layout scenarios.
No exception, but series are not added.
enable localization for human readable formats
Zooming & Scrolling is incorrect in datasets with clustered data and large gaps between the clusters.
See attached app to reproduce. Steps : 1. Collapse the PlotAreaAxis of the additional Y axis ( second button click ) 2. Set a manual range for the additional Y axis ( first button click ) 3. Make the PlotAreaAxis visible again ( second button click ) => t
Add RotationAngle property so series item labels can be rotated wih C# / VB.NET code.
Implement click events on the series items labels.
Zooming works incorrectly when using AutoRange=true and CollectionIndex. The problem is also observed when dataitems in different series have independent XValues.
The developer should be able to change the axis origin location in order to enable scenarios like this one: - Essentially you have a list of negative numbers: 0, -10, -24, -35 and so on. - If you want to show them as positive numbers (pointing upwards), y
When using a MarkedZone in the chart and than try to change dynamically the theme €“ it throws an InvalidOperationException
Two DataSeries with one DataPoint each where the YValue is 0. The Label for the first one is set to custom string and the Label for the second one as white space string " ". As a result both labels do not appear.
Setting the ChartTitle Visibility to Collapsed is not respected when its Content has value. Also binding the Visibility property is being ignored.