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    Default setAxisScale(1) doesn't do anything

    This works fine to update the vertical axis

    Qt Code:
    1. qwtPlot->setAxisScale(0,yAxisMinSpinBox->value(),yAxisMaxSpinBox->value());
    2. qwtPlot->replot();
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    This doesn't do anything

    Qt Code:
    1. qwtPlot->setAxisScale(1,xAxisMinSpinBox->value(),xAxisMaxSpinBox->value());
    2. qwtPlot->replot();
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    Doesn't matter what I pass for xAxisMinSpinBox and xAxisMaxSpinBox for axis 1, just doesn't do anything.

    How can I adjust the horizontal axis?

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    Default Re: setAxisScale(1) doesn't do anything

    Use QwtPlot::Axis enum values instead of plain integers: 1 is yRight not xBottom or xTop.

    Uwe

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