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When the axisX.VisibleRange.Max is 5000 and the axisX.VisibleRange.Min is 4600, now I execute these program statements:
double max = Convert.ToDouble(axisX.VisibleRange.Max);
axisX.VisibleRange.SetMinMax(max-5000, max);
The vertical grid line become like the figure 2.png. How can I solve it?

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I think you’ve asked this question a few times, and we’ve said a few times “Can you provide code to reproduce?”

Simply setting VisibleRange will not cause gridlines to become jumbled up. If it did, we would have 1,000 bug reports for such a simple thing. So it must be something more complex.

Please provide code how you have setup the chart, or show us how to reproduce it from one of our examples. If so we can help you.

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