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Feature: minimum floor and ceiling #5824

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Llorx opened this Issue Oct 13, 2016 · 2 comments

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Llorx commented Oct 13, 2016

I want to suggest a feature. And if a workaround can be done, will be welcomed.

In addition of having a maximum floor and ceiling, add a minimum floor and ceiling that can be surpassed. Something like min-height in CSS.

It can be achieved by controlling the dataMax and dataMin in the series, but I would love an internal way of doing this, like floor and ceiling.

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Thanks for the suggestion!

Corresponding UserVoice request: https://highcharts.uservoice.com/admin/forums/55896-highcharts-javascript-api/suggestions/1848953-extend-the-axis-max-property-to-act-like-css-mi

A typical use case for this is when you want the axis to reflect a percentage range between 0 and 100, but still allow values beyond this range: http://jsfiddle.net/q9f6bjfk/

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TorsteinHonsi commented Oct 14, 2016

Thanks for the suggestion!

Corresponding UserVoice request: https://highcharts.uservoice.com/admin/forums/55896-highcharts-javascript-api/suggestions/1848953-extend-the-axis-max-property-to-act-like-css-mi

A typical use case for this is when you want the axis to reflect a percentage range between 0 and 100, but still allow values beyond this range: http://jsfiddle.net/q9f6bjfk/

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Woah, so fast.

Thank you!

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Llorx commented Oct 14, 2016

Woah, so fast.

Thank you!

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