MarkedZone or CustomLine display level

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  1. Nicholas
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    Oct 2012

    Posted 24 Feb 2012 Link to this post

    I have a chart with 11 series: 9 range series that together make topo map of standard deviations from the mean; 1 scatter series above the topo map of their standard deviations from the mean; 1 annotation series with MarkedZones in gray for every X axis value (sequential integers) that has been parameterized (have manually adjusted variance used in estimation) and with a red CustomLine to mark each X axis value with a 0 trend estimation.  My problem is that I would like to have the annotations (MarkedZones and CustomLines) display with transparency over the 9 range series but under the scatter series.  By default, everything overlays the annotations and so I have to make my 9 range series transparent to see the annotations.  This makes the range series appear washed out.  I can't seem to find a way to set a level of the annotations to display at the 10th level rather than the 1st.   All eamples and forum entries show annotations as alway in the background of the chart area with all series over them, so I am dreaming in technicolor here.  Do any of you generous and more experience folks have any suggestions.

    Note I also observed that my scatter series is at the right level, but if I try to set the CollectionIndex it does not appear.  I guess I am lucky it is were I need it.

    Regards

     

  2. Sia
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    Posted 29 Feb 2012 Link to this post

    Hello Nicholas,

    In order to get the CustomGridLines over all series you need to set a custom style to your chart area. The Annotation Layer needs to be added after the Item Presenter in the DragZoomLayerControl. More information about similar approach can be found in the following help topic, p.1. You need also to set IsHitTestVisible= false to the annotation layer.

    Unfortunately currently it is not possible to have the annotations over some of the series and below others. Please excuse us for the inconvenience caused.

    Greetings,
    Sia
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