I want to reassure you that there is no LabelFitMode property in the RadChart control. This seems to be a bug in the Visual Studio. There is an abstract class Axis
in Charting assembly (in which the old RadChart resides). There is another class Axis
in Chart assembly (in which the ChartView resides). The LabelFitMode is declared in the latter. So again, there is no such property in the AxisX class, and this seems to be a bug in Visual Studio. I think you can easily solve this by removing the Chart reference. Then the XAML intellisense should not get confused.
There is no exact equivalent of the LabelFitMode property. Perhaps you can use the TickDistance property but I am unsure what is the problem so I can not suggest a solution right away.
The ChartView is actually a set of controls such as the RadCartesianChart, RadPieChart, ChartDataSource and others. I suggest that you use the new ChartView instead of the old RadChart as it has a much better performance rate, it is generally more flexible and easier to customize. I also suggest that you use only the Chart assembly and not include the Charting assembly in the project as other compile time errors may occur due to name collisions.
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