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Bug when adding series while zoomed in


MikeK
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I have attached the code the will replicate this error.  Here are the steps to follow:

1) Click 'Zoom' and zoom in on a portion of the grid

2) Click "Add Series."  Notice how the chart is zoomed out even though from the Zoom Stripe (the long skinny chart along the bottom) shows that it is still zoomed in on the same area.  This is the first part of the bug.

 3) Click the Zoom Stripe selection box (the box that depicts the selected area on the long skinny graph) and move it left and right with the mouse.  All of the series disapear and you can not get it to reappear no matter where you scroll to on the chart.

--------------------------------XAML-----------------------------------------

<

Grid>

<Grid.RowDefinitions>

<RowDefinition Height="20" />

<RowDefinition Height="20" />

<RowDefinition Height="*" />

</Grid.RowDefinitions>

 

<Button Content="Zoom" Click="Button_Click" Grid.Row="0" />

<Button Content="Add Series" Click="Button_Click_1" Grid.Row="1" />

<cfx:Chart x:Name="_chart" Style="{x:Static cfxmotifs:Simple.Style}" Grid.Row="2"Palette="{x:Static cfx:Palettes.Basic}" MarkerTemplates="{x:Static cfx:MarkerTemplates.Glass}"

GalleryTemplates="{x:Static cfx:GalleryTemplates.Glass}">

</cfx:Chart>

</Grid>

 ---------------------------------- C# -----------------------------------------------------------

/// <summary>

/// Interaction logic for Window1.xaml

/// </summary>public partial class Window1 : Window {public Window1 () {

InitializeComponent ();

_chart.Gallery = Gallery.Line;

_chart.Series.Clear ();

_chart.AxesY.Clear ();

_chart.AxesX.Clear ();

_chart.Zoom.Style = ZoomStyle.Stripe;

ObservableCollection<RefPoint> series = new ObservableCollection<RefPoint> ();for (int i = 0; i < 200; ++i) {RefPoint refPoint = new RefPoint (i / 2, i / 10);

series.Add (refPoint);

}

 

SeriesAttributes sa = new SeriesAttributes ();

sa.BindingPath =

"Y";sa.BindingPathX = "X";

sa.ItemsSource = series;

sa.Content = "Test";Axis axisX = new Axis ();

_chart.AxesX.Add (axisX);

axisX.Title.Content = "X axis";

axisX.Min = 0;

axisX.Max = 100;

axisX.Step = 20;

sa.AxisX = axisX;

Axis axisY = new Axis ();

_chart.AxesY.Add (axisY);

axisY.Title.Content = "Y axis";

axisY.Min = 0;

axisY.Max = 20;

sa.AxisY = axisY;

 

_chart.Series.Add (sa);

}

private void Button_Click (object sender, RoutedEventArgs e) {_chart.Zoom.Mode = ZoomMode.Selection;

}

private void Button_Click_1 (object sender, RoutedEventArgs e) {ObservableCollection<RefPoint> series = new ObservableCollection<RefPoint> ();

for (int i = 0; i < 200; ++i) {RefPoint refPoint = new RefPoint (i / 3, i / 10);

series.Add (refPoint);

}

SeriesAttributes sa = new SeriesAttributes ();

sa.BindingPath =

"Y";sa.BindingPathX = "X";

sa.ItemsSource = series;

sa.Content = "Added Series";Axis axisX = new Axis ();

_chart.AxesX.Add (axisX);

axisX.Title.Content = "X axis";

axisX.Min = 0;

axisX.Max = 100;

//axisX.Step = 20;

sa.AxisX = axisX;

Axis axisY = new Axis ();

_chart.AxesY.Add (axisY);

axisY.Title.Content = "Y axis";

axisY.Min = 0;

axisY.Max = 20;

sa.AxisY = axisY;

_chart.Series.Add (sa);

}

}

public class RefPoint {public RefPoint (double x, double y) {

X = x;

Y = y;

}

public double X { get; set; }

public double Y { get; set; }

}

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