RangeSegmentColorizer.PaletteName Property

Gets or sets a name of the palette that provides colors for the colorizer.

Namespace: DevExpress.XtraCharts

Assembly: DevExpress.XtraCharts.v20.1.dll

Declaration

public string PaletteName { get; set; }
Public Property PaletteName As String

Property Value

Type Description
String

The colorizer palette name.

Remarks

If the PaletteName (Palette) property is not specified, the colorizer uses the Chart Control's palette (see the ChartControl.PaletteName property).

Examples

This example demonstrates how to use the RangeSegmentColorizer to color a line series by its segments.

Follow the steps below to configure the RangeSegmentColorizer object and apply it to a line series view:

RangeSegmentColorizer colorizer = new RangeSegmentColorizer();
colorizer.RangeStops.AddRange(new double[] { -40, -35, -30, -25, -20, -15, -10, -5, 0, 5, 10, 15, 20, 25, 30 });
colorizer.Palette = new Palette("TemperaturePalette", new PaletteEntry[] { new PaletteEntry(Color.DarkBlue),
                                                                           new PaletteEntry(Color.SteelBlue),
                                                                           new PaletteEntry(Color.LightBlue),
                                                                           new PaletteEntry(Color.Yellow),
                                                                           new PaletteEntry(Color.OrangeRed) });
// Alternatively, you can use PaletteName to specify a palette.
// colorizer.PaletteName = Palettes.Slipstream.DisplayName;
colorizer.ShowInLegend = true;
colorizer.LegendItemPattern = "{V1:F0}°C — {V2:F0}°C";
LineSeriesView lineSeriesView = chartControl.Series[0].View as LineSeriesView;
lineSeriesView.SegmentColorizer = colorizer;
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