User (Old forums)MemberDecember 18, 2006 at 10:01 amPost count: 23064
A question on drawing LineSeries with GridSurfaceSeries. I am testing being able to draw a LineSeries on the surface of a GridSurfaceSeries, so that the lineseries is always visible just above the grid surface (as a work-around to this Related post: http://forums.xceed.com/forums/ShowPost.aspx?PostID=5228 ). In many places the LineSeries will dissapear below the Grid Surface wherever the line series elevation Y values fall below the interpolated Y values that Xceed chart has calculated internally for displaying the grid surface.
Is there any way to tell LineSeries (or any other chart series objects) to be equal or just above the grid surface at all points – that is to use and/or access the interpolated elevation values that Xceed chart has calculated for the displaying its surface?
If not currently possible, could some way to control display of Xceed chart series like LineSeries with GridSurfaceSeries be added to a todo/wish list? (a possibly common requirement if using the GridSurfaceSeries in combination with any other series), thanks!
Imported from legacy forums. Posted by Keith (had 2844 views)User (Old forums)MemberDecember 19, 2006 at 1:22 pmPost count: 23064
We don’t see a solution for this problem. If any one has any suggestion, please feel free to post it.
Imported from legacy forums. Posted by André (had 389 views)User (Old forums)MemberDecember 20, 2006 at 6:18 amPost count: 23064
The way I can see it working is if we could pass model X,Depth coordinates to GridSurfaceSeries and receive back the elevation value or closest highest elevation value that the Xceed chart mesh/surface algorithm has calculated for that point. Even just the highest point per grid cell that the mesh/surface modelling algorithm has calculated would be helpful.
Could the results of the surface modelling algorithm be exposed in some future release of Xceed chart? Without access to that data I don’t think much could be done for interacting with the grid surface, at least without trying to reverse engineer the surface modelling algorithm.
Imported from legacy forums. Posted by Keith (had 3809 views)
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