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Using Scrollbar or Play Selector Component


i have a Xcelsius Chart in wich i want to display data over a long period of time. Is it possible to integrate a scroll bar into the chart wich allows the user to scroll to certain dates?

I found something similar in the Xcelsius Sample files. They integrated the Play Selector Component.


I tried this method too, but was not able to implement the data an the dates in the Excel Sheet.

Does anyone know how it works?

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    Posted on Sep 18, 2008 at 11:19 PM

    Have you checked out the Sample for the Play Selector that is included with Xcelsius 2008?

    File > Samples > User Guide Samples > Play Selector

    It uses a long data list that is displayed in a simple chart with a Play Selector. It is simple enough you should be able to translate the functionality into your use case.

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      I already used this Sample. But I still have two more questions:

      - Is there a way to use a Scrollbar instead oft the Play Selector?

      - If I want to rewind, the last value is added. How can I "really" rewind the sheet like it is in the Sample I posted before?

      Thanks a lot!

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