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Is there a Chart3DBehavior for panning the chart?

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Joe asked on 05 Oct 2019, 11:38 PM

I've got a RadCartesianChart3D chart that looks and works great.   (You fine folks have helped me out with it quite a bit on some recent threads here).  I use the Chart3DCameraBehavior upon it to zoom and rotate.  Although that is great, I now have a customer request for my user to be able to have their mouse moves (or touch moves) pan the chart instead of rotating it.  How may I do this?

I was thinking that I could make this into some sort of mode, but the Chart3DCameraBehavior does not seem to have any facility for panning at all that I can.  Is there another behavior that might do this for me? 

I would not be averse to writing my own code to adjust some sort of TranslateTransform when in some specific "mode", but the problem is that if I were to do that to the whole chart, the axes would pan with the surface and that wouldn't help me at all.

 

-Joe

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Martin Ivanov
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answered on 08 Oct 2019, 06:36 AM

Hello Joe,

The 3D chart doesn't have a built-in panning feature. However, there is a feature request to introduce one. Also, in the comments of the feedback item, you can find a project that shows how to manually interact with the camera of the scene. This should be useful for implementing a custom panning.

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