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Working with Ticks

RadialGaugeTicks are displayed next to the arc spanning the entire sweep angle.

Figure 1: Radial Gauge Ticks

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The following properties allow you to modify the ticks' look:

  • TicksCount: Specifies how many ticks will be displayed. On the following picture the black ticks are 24, but the red ticks are 72.
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RadRadialGauge always displays one additional tick to the TicksCount in order to distribute the ticks correctly on the arc.

Figure 2: Ticks Count

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  • TickStartIndexVisibleRange: Specifies at which index the visible ticks range will start. On the following picture the red ticks start from index 45:

Figure 3: Start Visible Range

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  • TickEndIndexVisibleRange: Specifies at which index the visible ticks range will end. On the following picture the red ticks ends with index 50:

Figure 4: End Visible Range

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  • TicksRadiusPercentage: Controls how far according to the gauge's arc the ticks will be rendered. On the following picture, the red ticks have TicksRadiusPercentage 80.

Figure 5: Radius Percentage

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  • CircleTicks: Controls whether the specific ticks are circle or not.

Figure 6: Circle Ticks

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  • TickThickness: Specifies how thick the ticks will be rendered.

Figure 7: Thickness

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  • TickColor: Specifies the back color for the ticks

Figure 8: Color

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  • TicksOffset: Specifies the ticks back length towards the center point.

Figure 9: Offset

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  • TicksLenghtPercentage: Controls the ticks length. On the picture below, the black ticks are with TicksLenghtPercentage 10, but the red ones with 5.

Figure 10: Length Percentage

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