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  • in reply to: unwanted Y-axis values #23150

    @shashiranjan
    In the fiddle you are explicitly doing this
    e.chart.options.axisY2[0].minimum = null

    For the console error case, I’ll log a ticket once I am able to reproduce a small consumable code for it.

    in reply to: unwanted Y-axis values #23063

    Setting minimum / maximum causes other issues

    like here : https://jsfiddle.net/QwZuf/2685/

    If you click on the legend then the YAxis will not hide and will show some random set of numbers.
    If you remove the minimum property and try again, then the yaxis will hide

    This does not look like a problem in this case but if I have another series
    https://jsfiddle.net/QwZuf/2686/

    then on hiding one series does not hide its corresponding axis and it is not visible to which axis a series is on.

    Apart from this if the x-axis is of time date-time and if the y-axis has minimum/maximum set then hiding series causes console errors and sometimes the page stops working due to those breakages.

    So that is why I want to avoid setting minimum / maximum on the axis

    in reply to: unwanted Y-axis values #23028

    @shashiranjan
    I know about the minimum value property, but data is dynamic and I won’t know if values go below 0 or not,
    So this won’t work
    As far as I know this should get calculated automatically by the library if I am not providing any minimum value

    in reply to: Show ToolTip only when over or close to datapoint #22469

    so in the fiddle given initially, if the last 3 datapoints have values for y as null, then if you hover over the last datapoint the tooltip is shown for it, and after that on hovering anywhere on the right side of the chart, the tooltip is preserved.
    Is there any way to not show the tooltip in those cases.

    To put it simply, can the tooltip be shown only when the mouse is over the datapoint?

    in reply to: Show ToolTip only when over or close to datapoint #22458

    if you set toolTip shared property to true, then the tooltip will be shown whenever the mouse is in the plotarea

    in reply to: Tootip not showing correct data #22418

    does this approach work for all cases, or will it fail for datapoints close to one another?
    and will it trigger multiple times for each overlapping datapoint as well?

    in reply to: Tootip not showing correct data #22414

    If the datapoints are not crowded at a region but far apart, is it then possible to know over which datapoint the mouse is?

    in reply to: Tootip not showing correct data #22339

    Hi Priyanka,

    What about the second part of the question?

    in reply to: Tootip not showing correct data #22314

    Then what is the use of reversed property in tooltip?

    The shared property does not provide list of all overlapped values, but it also includes all other values sharing the common x-axis. So if at x=2, there are 5 datapoints 2 at y=4 and 3 at y=7 and the mouse pointer is at y=7, how can it be known with the shared property that at which datapoint the mouse is because the shared property will return all 5 datapoints.

    in reply to: Increasing Size hides labels #21780

    Priyanka,

    Thanks for the workaround solution.

    in reply to: Support for Minor grid lines #21775

    Vishwas,

    Thanks for the solution

    in reply to: Automatically calculate minimum and maximum values #21758

    Priyanka,
    Thanks for the solution

    in reply to: Increasing Size hides labels #21757

    Priyanka,
    Is there any known timeline by when the issue can be expected to be fixed?

    in reply to: Stacked Line Chart #21400

    ok thanks

    in reply to: Stacked Line Chart #21396

    Thanks Priyanka and Vishwas for the solution.

    Both visually look the same. Is there any advantage of one solution over the other?

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