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    Default QwtPlot: not use scientific notation in axis labels

    I am plotting raster maps using QwtPlotSpectrogram which often have large values for coordinate systems.

    For instance my map has X coord starting at 417404 and Y coordinate starting at 2429566.
    However the Y-axis displays large values as 2.43e+06 but I would like to show the full number, not automatically use a scientific notation.

    I looked in qwt_scale_draw.cpp code but can't find it. Maybe its feature and I am overlooking this
    thanks
    Victor

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