Adding a range item to a Linear Gauge

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Posted 8 years ago by Mike Marshall
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I want to add a min and max bar on a linear gauge i.e. when a reading goes over +- 15% for example.

I can see how it's done on a circular gauge but it's not obvious on a linear one?

Any help appreciated.

Thanks

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Posted 8 years ago by Actipro Software Support - Cleveland, OH, USA
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Hi Mike,

The CircularGauge and LinearGauge have largely the same features. You can add one or more LinearRanges to the LinearGauge to highlight areas of interest.

Either way, I'm not entirely sure what you are asking. If you can please clarify, maybe using CircularGauge as an example, then we can take a closer look.


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Posted 8 years ago by Mike Marshall
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I have a circular gauge and I set some CircularRange values as follows for MAX and MIN warning ranges.

<gauge:CircularTickSet.Ranges>
<gauge:CircularRange StartValue="41" EndValue="79" StartExtent="15.4%" EndExtent="15.4%"
HasDropShadow="False" ScalePlacement="Inside"
Background="{shared:LinearGradientBrush #FCCD07, #FBD103, GradientType=TopLeftToBottomRight}" />
<gauge:CircularRange StartValue="81" EndValue="99" StartExtent="15.4%" EndExtent="15.4%"
HasDropShadow="False" ScalePlacement="Inside"
Background="{shared:LinearGradientBrush #07FA04, #4AFF02, GradientType=TopLeftToBottomRight}" />
</gauge:CircularTickSet.Ranges>

I can't see the equivalent in a Linear gauge?

Have you some example code?

Thanks
Posted 8 years ago by Actipro Software Support - Cleveland, OH, USA
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Hi Mike,

The LinearGauge equivalent would be almost identical (you'd simply replace "Circular" with "Linear"). You can see the LinearGauge Ranges QuickStart for some examples.


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The latest build of this product (v2018.1 build 0675) was released 2 months ago, which was after the last post in this thread.

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