I just want to weight in that, assuming it is still the intended behavior of the range selector to only the adjust the range of a single series on a multiple series chart – this really makes the rangeSelector unusable with multiple series charts. I am going to try and get this working manually and I’ve been able to get a lot of customization working nicely with this chart and think it looks great but this is the first limitation I’ve encountered so far that really seems like more of a bug to me. I hope you will consider supporting multiple series with the range selector in the future.
Thanks for the quick reply. I’m referring to this issue which had been discussed previously –
So in your example the volume is displayed on the chart and the closing price is displayed on the range selector but in my case both of these series are displayed on the chart – my range selector will either not show any values or will just display the closing price which is already displayed on the chart since this really makes the most sense in a practical stock chart application. And there will be some additional area series that I will be looking to add to the chart as well. So the problem is that only one series displayed on the chart (apparently the first) is having it’s range adjusted by the selector. And of course this means that the adjusted series will be out of synch with the other series that are displayed on the same chart. So it makes the range selector unusable for this scenario which i would think would be a pretty common scenario. The only way i can see to accomplish this would be to use an independent range selector control and the basically reload the data source each time that gets adjusted to only cover the range selected but it would be nice if there were an easier way. If any one series can be adjusted it’s hard to see why multiple series couldn’t be adjusted when x-axis gets updated by the selector.
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