Chart Palettes for WinForms C# Tutorial
The WinForms Chart control provides pre-defined color palettes for users to fast and easily customize skins for the chart view. The palette of Chart control offers a few color palette entries and a color palette entry contains up to four colors.
The Palettes provided in the Chart control allows users easily and quickly customize skin for Chart View. The Palettes is a collection of a few palette entries, each of which contains up to four colors, two fills and two strokes. The Palettes only use the Fill and Stroke properties now.
The following C# code shows how to apply one of these predefined palettes to the Chart control.
In the Windows Forms Chart Control, the predefined palettes contain eight palette entries that can be applied to the series in a cyclic order. Each palette entry is used to draw colors for the series in a sequence. Developers can apply a particular palette entry to a series by using the following C# code.
In the Windows Forms Chart Control, it is not able to edit the Predefined palettes. If developers need customize the Palette, you need to create a collection of palette entries and inherit from ChartPalette. The following are the C# code for achieving this.
If we want to customize the palette, we can use the below C# code,
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