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The bug

Reputation tab: enter image description here


Click the upper line of the legend in other to make it go away, chart is zoomed not only down but also left. Notice the red line disappearing from the zoomed chart. Notice yaxis going crazy. enter image description here


Click the upper line of the legend again in order to make it come back, chart tries to go back to the initial zoom, maybe accomplishes that, I don't know, but lines alignment have changed. Notice yaxis not going completely normal. enter image description here

Either the first chart or the third chart are wrong data.

This is Opera 62.0.3331.119.

Can reproduce using Firefox Quantum 68.0.2 and Chromium 47.0.2503.0.

This is macOS 10.14.6.


How this is different from Network reputation graph becomes nervous when clicking quickly, backs away slowly (even likely related to, root cause might be the same but manifestations are different).

If I double click lines in legend, this happens. Dis-adjustment seem to be larger than in my initial report. Notice yaxis acts weirdly in a very similar way to my initial report.

Double click on the legend line corresponding to the blue line when it is enabled. enter image description here

Double click on the legend line corresponding to the green line when it is enabled. enter image description here


As a notable difference, what I report causes a JS console red message. Contrary wise, Network reputation graph becomes nervous when clicking quickly, backs away slowly not (that one doesn't log anything at all when being reproduced):

highcharts.js?v=61b1d1bf4167:12 Error: <path> attribute d: Expected moveto path command ('M' or 'm'), "0".

Corresponding stack:

 r @ highcharts.js?v=61b1d1bf4167:12
 attr @ highcharts.js?v=61b1d1bf4167:297
 c.<computed> @ highcharts.js?v=61b1d1bf4167:258
 X.h @ jquery.min.js:3
 X @ jquery.min.js:3
 n.Animation.n.extend.tweeners.* @ jquery.min.js:4
 nb @ jquery.min.js:4
 map @ jquery.min.js:2
 qb @ jquery.min.js:4
 g @ jquery.min.js:4
 dequeue @ jquery.min.js:3
 (anonymous) @ jquery.min.js:3
 each @ jquery.min.js:2
 each @ jquery.min.js:2
 queue @ jquery.min.js:3
 animate @ jquery.min.js:4
 ec @ highcharts.js?v=61b1d1bf4167:257
 animate @ highcharts.js?v=61b1d1bf4167:291
 render @ highcharts.js?v=61b1d1bf4167:72
 (anonymous) @ highcharts.js?v=61b1d1bf4167:61
 o @ highcharts.js?v=61b1d1bf4167:254
 m @ highcharts.js?v=61b1d1bf4167:61
 redraw @ highcharts.js?v=61b1d1bf4167:101
 (anonymous) @ highcharts.js?v=61b1d1bf4167:157
 o @ highcharts.js?v=61b1d1bf4167:254
 h @ highcharts.js?v=61b1d1bf4167:155
 setVisible @ highcharts.js?v=61b1d1bf4167:561
 a @ highcharts.js?v=61b1d1bf4167:190
 Z @ highcharts.js?v=61b1d1bf4167:257
 (anonymous) @ highcharts.js?v=61b1d1bf4167:190
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  • This has been wrongly marked as duplicate of meta.stackexchange.com/questions/296884 by the system after I clicked "solved my problem!", but I had clicked that after reporting duplicate of meta.stackexchange.com/questions/324757 and then clicking the "Solved my problem" button was OK, but the system seems to have forgotten the duplicate note I added.
    – 202324
    Commented Aug 24, 2019 at 20:01
  • 3
    The title needs improvement. Next time, don't simply say: "There is a small problem", describe what, where, etc.
    – Rob
    Commented Aug 25, 2019 at 6:30
  • 1
    Posting a new bug report just to ask if other bug report is fixed isn't really good idea. That's what we have comments for, on the original report, and chat if you want more people involved. Commented Aug 25, 2019 at 7:36
  • Third comment proving true second comment [chuckles].
    – 202324
    Commented Aug 25, 2019 at 8:29
  • To whom may concern, the stack trace was originally posted as a spoiler block on the ignorance of a better way to show a drop down or expandable block - i.e. I guess it's mostly meaningless posted data, and yet I wanted others to know it had been posted (for any use they'd wanted to make, or not).
    – 202324
    Commented Sep 16, 2019 at 8:19
  • The only way I know how to do so is link to an external paste service, but that's not self contained.
    – 202324
    Commented Sep 16, 2019 at 8:20
  • Possible duplicate of meta.stackexchange.com/questions/333496/…
    – 202324
    Commented Sep 17, 2019 at 15:47

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