Hi @etienne and @NearCZ,
So, to make sure I understand, there is no way to “autoscale” or even manually “rescale” the yaxis for the range slider? If so, is there any indication to bring in this feature soon?
This is quite critical, and to explain why I would like to give you our application using plotly. We are designing a dashboard for the mining industry which can be used to monitor and optimise machine and sensor performance. One of the crucial plots we show on different pages of the dashboard application, is a “Plant Data” time series plot. This plot aims to give the user the ability to see the trend of different plots. See the attached image:
Now, I assume what happens as in the attached image, is that the rangeslider yaxis range is fixed to the yaxis that does not have a “free” anchor setting, and is fixed to the origin of the xaxis. If the plots being compared have a similar y axis scale, it sort of shows the trend plots in the range slider. BUT, if different plots with different y axis scales are used (hence why we forced multiple y-axes) the range slider is unable to show the data.
This is quite a “downside” for using plotly at the moment, and we wouldn’t like it to be a show stopper for using plotly in our dashboards…