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Tagged: yaxis minimum label bug
I have a chart (JSFiddle) where I manually set the minimum value of the Y-Axis, however the label for the baseline Y-Axis is empty, when it should be displaying 30.
I noticed that the baseline y-axis label always appears to be empty, UNLESS I set the y-axis minimum to be a number that is a multiple of the interval that’s calculated under the hood.
e.g. if CanvasJS computes the interval internally to be 20, and I set the y-axis minimum to 20/40/60/etc it shows a value. If I set the y-axis minimum to any other number the label appears blank.
Is there a workaround to have this value show up? If not then this should be prioritized as a bug to fix since it’s critical to our product, thanks!
Label are shown at a value which is multiple of interval. To show label at the bottom of y-axis, you can add a stripline & set it’s label-placement to outside. Below is the code snippet showing the same.
var axisY = chart.axisY;
Please take a look at this JSFiddle for complete code.
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