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Regression: DST with time span under a day - wrong ticks #5935

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KacperMadej opened this Issue Nov 7, 2016 · 3 comments

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KacperMadej commented Nov 7, 2016

Expected behaviour

As in 5.0.0 - http://jsfiddle.net/fyk90reh/1/

Actual behaviour

No visible ticks (since 5.0.1) - http://jsfiddle.net/fyk90reh/2/

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Another demo:
5.0.0 - http://jsfiddle.net/du1gjnhk/2/
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current - http://jsfiddle.net/du1gjnhk/4/

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Fails since 2d27725

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TorsteinHonsi commented Nov 8, 2016

Fails since 2d27725

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Unfortunatly, I still have some trouble with DST in 5.0.1
At the dst switching point, a double day occurs on the x-axis. The tooltip is still functioning proplery.
However, I cannot reproduce this using a jsfiddle, so I dont know what is wrong.
http://jsfiddle.net/nbjohan/pqaaor30/3/

I don't understand what this issue changes or fixes, but do you think it could be related?
Can the browser locale settings influence the x-axis labels?

Expected result:
dst_5 0 0

Actual result:
dst_5 0 5
5 0 1

nbjohan commented Dec 2, 2016

Unfortunatly, I still have some trouble with DST in 5.0.1
At the dst switching point, a double day occurs on the x-axis. The tooltip is still functioning proplery.
However, I cannot reproduce this using a jsfiddle, so I dont know what is wrong.
http://jsfiddle.net/nbjohan/pqaaor30/3/

I don't understand what this issue changes or fixes, but do you think it could be related?
Can the browser locale settings influence the x-axis labels?

Expected result:
dst_5 0 0

Actual result:
dst_5 0 5
5 0 1

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Hi, I suppose this can occur when the lables are placed with exactly 24 hours between them, but the labels are formatted with local time. So that the data is not in sync with how the labels are formatted. But I can't tell exactly without seeing the chart live.

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TorsteinHonsi commented Dec 5, 2016

Hi, I suppose this can occur when the lables are placed with exactly 24 hours between them, but the labels are formatted with local time. So that the data is not in sync with how the labels are formatted. But I can't tell exactly without seeing the chart live.

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