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Setting minPointLength on a reversed x-axis xrange-chart will squish all ranges to minPointLength #8933

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satub opened this Issue Sep 11, 2018 · 1 comment

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satub commented Sep 11, 2018

Expected behaviour

When setting minPointLength to 1, xranges with 0 length should show up as if a vertical line, while wider xranges should render normally.

Actual behaviour

When x-axis is reversed, all ranges are squished into lines with width of 1, regardless of their width.

Live demo with steps to reproduce

(Template address gives me 404)
Demonstration fiddle:
https://jsfiddle.net/96m1jcuv/4/

Demo created by starting with official jsfiddle x-range demo at https://jsfiddle.net/gh/get/library/pure/highcharts/highcharts/tree/master/samples/highcharts/demo/x-range/

Steps to reproduce:

  1. Change one of the datapoints to have same start and stop time

  2. Set minPointLength: 1 .
    ===>
    screen shot 2018-09-11 at 10 03 29 am

  3. Set x-axis to reversed: true
    ====>
    screen shot 2018-09-11 at 10 03 47 am

Product version

highcharts v. 6.1.1
highcharts-react-official v1.3.0

Affected browser(s)

Chrome, Safari

Edit: x-range works normally when reversed as long as the minPointLength is not set.

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Hi @satub

Thank you for reporting this bug!

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pawelfus commented Sep 12, 2018

Hi @satub

Thank you for reporting this bug!

@pawelfus pawelfus added the Bug label Sep 12, 2018

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