Linear Scale

A Scale is the main element of a Linear Gauge because it defines the axis, along which other elements (level bar, background layer, marker, etc.) are arranged.

A Linear Gauge can have one or more scales displaying tickmarks and labels. It allows you to read measured data (e.g., a thermometer scale).

LinearGauge_Scale

A scale is represented by the LinearScale class.

The table below lists the main properties affecting element behavior and appearance.

Characteristics Members
Basic LinearScale.MinValue,LinearScale.MaxValue,LinearScale.Value,LinearScale.Percent
Layout LinearScale.ScaleLength,LinearScale.AutoRescaling,LinearScale.RescalingBestValues,LinearScale.RescalingThresholdMax,LinearScale.RescalingThresholdMin
Elements LinearScale.Labels,LinearScale.Ranges,LinearScale.MajorTickmark,LinearScale.MinorTickmark
Behaviour LinearScale.TickCount,LinearScale.MajorTickCount,LinearScale.MinorTickCount
Appearance LinearScale.Appearance