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X-axis gets cut off!

So, whenever I open the reports published in the service, the bottom part of my X-axis labels are kinda cut off.

I cannot replicate this on the desktop and these charts are set to be responsive and fit to the width of the page. 

 

The weird part is, it just happens to the charts in the mid section of the page. Similar bar charts elsewhere work just fine and this issue perisits across all the reports on my service portal. Any idea as to why this happens?

PBI X-axis when the page loads and after I click on the chart

 

Thanks a ton for helping me out 🙂 

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GilbertQ
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Hi there

What if you reset the charts to the defaults for the X Axis?




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Anonymous
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Still no luck. However, I've narrowed the issue to the chart's title. The title is kinda long and I use the 'word wrap' feature to display  this. If I disable this, then the chart loads just fine. I dont mind rephrasing the title but this is a bug.

Hi there

Well done on finding the issue.

I would suggest logging a support ticket so that it can be filed as a bug




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