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feature request: option to align zero line on left/right y-axis (when using two y-axis) #2740

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aleks-mariusz opened this Issue Sep 14, 2015 · 21 comments

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aleks-mariusz commented Sep 14, 2015

I would like a checkbox or something that forces the two zero lines from the left y-axia and the right y-axis to be co-linear (matching horizontally).

This way you can use auto min/max y-axis on both sides and zero will coincide (without having to set same min/max on both axis options manually).

You otherwise end up with situations such as the attached graph, which seem like a bug (though i'm told it's not).
screen shot 2015-09-14 at 18 05 28

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aleks-mariusz Sep 14, 2015

Somewhat related, but additionally, the 2nd Y-Axis major lines should probably line up with the first Y-Axis major lines.. Currently they only line up at the top and bottom of graph

aleks-mariusz commented Sep 14, 2015

Somewhat related, but additionally, the 2nd Y-Axis major lines should probably line up with the first Y-Axis major lines.. Currently they only line up at the top and bottom of graph

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verfriemelt-dot-org commented Feb 2, 2016

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Ran into this again. Some workarounds : #2738

bbrendon commented Dec 18, 2016

Ran into this again. Some workarounds : #2738

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Brausmith Dec 28, 2017

Gets my vote. This is driving my OCD crazy.

Brausmith commented Dec 28, 2017

Gets my vote. This is driving my OCD crazy.

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marccardinal Mar 2, 2018

Quite surprised to see that this has been open for over two years, this is making it much harder to read the charts.

marccardinal commented Mar 2, 2018

Quite surprised to see that this has been open for over two years, this is making it much harder to read the charts.

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This probably needs to be checked against v5, but I don't have an instance handy. @bergquist , do you know if that's in v5?

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RichiH commented Mar 3, 2018

This probably needs to be checked against v5, but I don't have an instance handy. @bergquist , do you know if that's in v5?

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Fixed by #10994

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marefr commented Mar 22, 2018

Fixed by #10994

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Merge remote-tracking branch 'grafana/master' into annotations-created
* grafana/master: (30 commits)
  changelog: adds note about closing #11278
  docs: spelling
  docs: add intro paragraph to provisioning page
  Cleanup CircleCI V2 Conversion
  changelog: notes for #1271 and #2740
  graph: minor fixes to y-axes alignment feature
  added save icon to save buttons
  removed trash can icon from save buttons
  Return actual user ID in UserProfileDTO
  dashboard version cleanup: more tests and refactor
  minor refactor of dashboard version cleanup
  refactor: dashboard version cleanup
  limit number of rows deleted by dashboard version cleanup
  fix dashboard version cleanup on large datasets
  Allocated to a separate alignment block. Replaced the attribute of the second axis by the attribute of the axes.
  Fixed unit test.
  Changed the way this feature was activated. And changed tolltip.
  Added validation of input parameters.
  Resolved conflict
  Corrected work for graphs created before this feature.
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