Created attachment 587161 [details] screenshot This lead me to believe we have a regression, but turned out the UI sneakily swapped colors :) also note how the x axis is totally unreadable
Nice catch - I don't think it's a regression. We'll also work in the axis labels
(In reply to Pedro Alves from comment #1) > Nice catch - I don't think it's a regression. We'll also work in the axis > labels this almost gave me a heart attack.
Also I noticed that if I select 3 parameters to compare by, the graph only gives me 2 colors. Can we fix that too while fixing this?
The 2 colors was set when we first though only on a 2 variable compare, but since we can compare more than 2 variables the colors on the selector where removed and a palete of colors where added to the histogram for several variables. The xAxis labels where fixed a few days ago, I added the 2 variables, 10.0a2 and 11.0a2, and it looks good. Are you selecting any other parameter so I can reproduce that histogram?
(In reply to Paulo Pires from comment #4) > > The xAxis labels where fixed a few days ago, I added the 2 variables, 10.0a2 > and 11.0a2, and it looks good. Are you selecting any other parameter so I > can reproduce that histogram? no, only changes are visible in the picture
Created attachment 587637 [details] screenshot This is how I see it by selecting just 11.0a2 and 10.0a2 as you said. Maybe you had another measure or check the date interval selected, but I think that the xAxis was fixed a few days ago, when we have more than 50 labels it shows only alternate labels.
Status: NEW → RESOLVED
Last Resolved: 7 years ago
Resolution: --- → FIXED
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