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Overlaying domain doesn't work as expected

Hello everyone!

i have this simple code

from plotly.graph_objs import *

km=[i for i in range(10)]
m=[0.622*i for i in km]
#KM->[0, 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, 9]
#MILES->[0.0, 0.622, 1.244, 1.866, 2.488, 3.11, 3.732, 4.354, 4.976, 5.598]

trace1 = Scatter(
    y=m,
    x=[i for i in range(10)],
    mode='lines',
    xaxis='x1',
    name="M"
)
trace2 = Scatter(
    y=km,
    x=[i for i in range(10)],
    mode='lines',
    xaxis='x2',
    name="kM"
)
layout = Layout(
    yaxis=layout.YAxis(
        title = "y1"
        ),
    xaxis=layout.XAxis(
        title= 'Miles'
    ),
    xaxis2=layout.XAxis(
        title= 'Kilometers',
        side = 'top',
        overlaying='x1',domain=[0,0.1]
    ),
)
data = [trace1, trace2]
fig = Figure(data=data, layout=layout)
fig

Which outputs the folllowing

What i’d want to have is the same thing but with the overlapped axis having a smaller domain, like this:

But specifying domain=[0,0.1] doesn’t seem to work nor have any effect…

Should i specify the domain using the overlaying kw? layout.xaxis | Python | Plotly

If so i’d like to have some help on the syntax, i don’t know how can i specify the domain

thanks everyone for helping :slight_smile: