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HI,

 I'm looking for some guidance as to how to format the Y axis nicely when it shows a timespan. I'm adding 5 points is a test, varying from 1 second to 3 seconds. On my Y-axis I see the value of 00:00:01 9 times and 00:00:02 10 times, while I would like to see it just once, as I would with standard numbers. Any thoughts?

<

Window x:Class="WpfApplicationTestGraph.Window1"

xmlns="http://schemas.microsoft.com/winfx/2006/xaml/presentation"

xmlns:x="http://schemas.microsoft.com/winfx/2006/xaml"

Title="Window1" Height="600" Width="800"

xmlns:my="clr-namespace:ChartFX.WPF;assembly=ChartFX.WPF"

xmlns:my1="clr-namespace:ChartFX.WPF.Motifs;assembly=ChartFX.WPF"

xmlns:cfxData="clr-namespace:ChartFX.WPF.Data;assembly=ChartFX.WPF.Data">

<Grid>

<my:Chart Name="chart1" Gallery="Line" Style="{x:Static my1:Basic.Style}">

<my:SeriesAttributes ItemsSource="{Binding Path=TheData}" BindingPath="RunDuration" Content="RunDuration"/>

<my:Chart.Titles>

<my:Title>Workflow Run Time</my:Title>

</my:Chart.Titles>

<my:Chart.AxesY>

<my:Axis>

<my:Axis.Labels>

<my:AxisLabelAttributes Format="TimeSpan" CustomFormat="hh:mm:ss"/>

</my:Axis.Labels>

</my:Axis>

</my:Chart.AxesY>

</my:Chart></Grid>

</

Window>

 

 

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We fixed a couple of issues in how we handle TimeSpan. The hotfix for RC1 should be available tomorrow (build 3408 or later) here

Note that with the update you do not need to set the CustomFormat to hh:mm:ss as it is the default (I am guessing you were setting it because of an issue where we generated empty labels).

JuanC

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