X-axis line representing time at the bottom of chart.
Time line made of two different time graduations. Next image shows time line graduation by days and 3 hours.
As you change the zoom level time axis graduation changes accordingly.
Shows/hides time axis.
Maximum width of a single time axis display unit, in px. If the width is bigger than this, the chart will use a smaller time unit (e.g. switch from minutes to seconds).
Note that this value applies to the whole cluster and not a single series. That is, if you have two columns for each timestamp side by side, both of them have to fit within this limit.
Minimum width of a single time axis display unit, in px. If the width is smaller than this, the cgart will switch to bigger time units (e.g. from minutes to hours).
Note that this value applies to the whole cluster and not a single series. That is, if you have two columns for each timestamp side by side, each of them will only have half of this limit available in the worst case.
Whether to show smallest bars on time axis. It matches with display unit dropdown entry used in time chart toolbar.
Time axis style
Tint for lighter blocks of altering shades for time axis. Every second major unit will have this overlay painted on them.
Style for major time labels balloons.
Style for minor time labels balloons.
Whether to show balloons around major time labels.
Whether to display minor time labels as balloons instead of ruler style.
Time axis time zone offset in minutes.
Specifies when the chart switches the display unit during up/down scroll and other situations when the most appropriate display unit has to be selected.Valid values:
- auto - same as 'max'.
- min - uses smallest unit that has size >= minUnitWidth; when zooming in, the display unit is switched as soon as the next display can display the time range using the minimum unit width.
- max - uses largest unit that has size <= maxUnitWidth; when zooming in, the display unit is switched when the current display unit exceeds the maximum unit width.
Whether to show vertical grid.