Hello fellow developers,
However, it doesn't seem to be working. i mean, it does work, but only for a second (usually less), and it collapses once again into the tail-view. Since I can't put a video here, I will show it in a sequence of three pictures:
Picture 1 - Tail-view that Plotly creates (with x-axis showing only the previous 500 or so seconds)
Picture 2 - That's the whole-view of the graph right after I click the Autoscale button (this also happens with the Reset Axes button). That's what I want, but the issue is that it only stays that way for a very brief period, usually less than 1 second.
Picture 3 - Graph collapsed to tail-view shortly after I click the Autoscale button
All that said, I wonder if there's a way to fix this issue. I gave the Autoscale example, but it also happens with Reset Axis, and honestly with any other tool that allows me to zoom in/out and pan through the graph - no matter what I do, it almost immediately collapses into the tail-view again. Is there something I can do about it?
Juan Pablo Isaza