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Hello, I used example “Realtime Ticking Stock Charts” from yout SciChart application. It works fine.But when I load another data from other source then I have problem with AutoRange Y axis. The AutoRange feature does not work properly. See attachment, the left part of image shows zoomed chart, the right part unzoomed. You can see that on left image are cut under value 11834. The AutoRange is set to Always and data are ordered by time. Where could be the problem?

Thanks

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  • Volmer
    I have the same problem with version 6.2.0.13254. Following simple data leads to cut values at top and bottom of the chart when using AutoRange.Always: for (int i = 0; i < 10; i++) _ohlcSeries.Append(DateTime.Now + new TimeSpan(i, 0, 0), i – 2, i – 3, i + 3, i + 2);
  • Andrew Burnett-Thompson
    In the screenshot above you can see wicks behind the candlesticks, suggesting data is incorrect (High/Low may be reversed or incorrect). The OHLC / Candlestick series in SciChart use the high/low values to determine autorange. Double check these are correct. If you still have problems, consider opening a new forum question with steps to reproduce.
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Hi Oto,

We’ve never seen this problem before and it’s not a known issue or bug. Can you provide code to reproduce? or steps to reproduce in our examples?

Best regards,
Andrew

+1 for BTC/USD in a SciChart Chart 🙂

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