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How to disable a trackball for a specific series?

Platform: WPF |
Control: SfChart

This article describes how to disable the trackball for a specific series. By using the ShowTrackballInfo property of CartesianSeries, we can enable or disable the trackball label for a particular series as per the following code snippet, and the default value of this property is true.


     <Syncfusion:SplineSeries ItemsSource="{Binding Collection1}" XBindingPath="XValue" YBindingPath="YValue"/>
     <Syncfusion:SplineSeries ItemsSource="{Binding Collection2}" XBindingPath="XValue" YBindingPath="YValue" ShowTrackballInfo="False"/>
     <Syncfusion:SplineSeries ItemsSource="{Binding Collection3}" XBindingPath="XValue" YBindingPath="YValue"/>



SplineSeries series1 = new SplineSeries()
       ItemsSource = view.Collection1,
       XBindingPath = "XValue",
       YBindingPath = "YValue"
SplineSeries series2 = new SplineSeries()
       ItemsSource = view.Collection2,
       XBindingPath = "XValue",
       YBindingPath = "YValue",
       ShowTrackballInfo = false
SplineSeries series3 = new SplineSeries()
       ItemsSource = view.Collection3,
       XBindingPath = "XValue",
       YBindingPath = "YValue",               


Disable the trackball for a specific series in WPF chart(SfChart).

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