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[SF.Chart] Is there any event raised when user click or move an Annotation

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115786 Feb 6,2014 10:40 AM UTC Feb 12,2014 08:57 AM UTC WPF 1
Tags: Chart
Rodolphe Billottet
Asked On February 6, 2014 10:40 AM UTC



I'm using 2 VerticalLineAnnotation as cursors to define bounds.

I'm using a basic binding to send the position of both VerticalLineAnnotation  to my ViewModel and I need to update the binding when the position has changed.

But I can't find any event I can use to know is the VerticalLineAnnotation has moved or had mouse interaction... I tried to Inherite the VerticalLineAnnotation class, but it is not better...

Is there EventHandle or other way I can use to be notified  of a position change ?




Karthikeyan V [Syncfusion]
Replied On February 12, 2014 08:57 AM UTC

Hi Rodolphe,

Thank you for using Syncfusion products.

We have analysed the reported requirement. Currently we do not have event support for Annotations. But we would like to inform you that you can achieve your requirement with help of CrossHairBehaviour.

We have prepared a sample based on this and you can download the sample under the following location.

Please let us know if you require further assistance on this.


Karthikeyan V.

Attachment: CrossHairCursorAndLine_abbf11fe.zip


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