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  1. Thank you for a quick response. Its mean by enabling native line mode is working faster than Pixi line implementation(my first attempt) in a current situation.
  2. Thank you very much. after changing to native line mode it's working fine. And I have another question, I'm going to evolve this basic chart to advance speedy data-loading chart. That's why I've chosen WebGL based pixi.js to build my charting framework. Therefore could I know the charting performance can be impacted by this change as I am a newbie for this PIXI framework. It's great pleasure if you can give a descriptive answer.
  3. I'm building line chart using the pixi.js lineTo method. The problem is the lines are shrinking when a distance between points becomes smaller. For testing purpose, I'm trying to draw 200,000 points on that chart. Drawing function: var dataSet = ohlcStore[chartProperty.sym]; if (dataSet && dataSet.length > 0) { var plot = new PIXI.Graphics(); plot.setTransform(columnSize, (renderer.view.height - rowSize) + (Val_min * yScale), 1, -1 * yScale); plot.lineStyle(0.6, chartProperty.lineColor, 1); plot.moveTo(0, dataSet[0].close); for (i = 1; i < dataSet.length; i++) { try { plot.lineTo(i * xScale, dataSet[i].close); } catch (x) { console.error("Error - " + x); } } plot.endFill(); context.addChild(plot); } Result drawing is attached along with this. In this case, xScale is 0.006475032375161876 and Using the canvas render gives correct results. Trying to search for the problem, I've found that the Pixi.js may have an issue with non-integer values. Therefore I've rounded values to integer but the problem didn't solve. Please support to fix this problem.