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Tiny bug in Trends - Release 3.9.1

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Tiny bug in Trends - Release 3.9.1

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Sorry about this but I've finally finished testing 3.9.1. and possibly found one more very small bug. To be honest I don't think it relates to this release only but I did not test this prior to upgrading.

At the same time as upgrading I have decided there is some data I do not want to display for now. I've paired down the temperature data to just Temp, Dew point, and Feels like. I am not using indoor temperature, heat index, wind chill, apparent temperature, or humidex and these are turned off in the graph settings.

My graph is showing just the 3 temperatures I have listed above (see cut-out of graph attached). The right hand y axis label however is showing as "Humidex". Perhaps this is intentional, but I wasn't sure?

I am using a modified webpage on my site but the image I attached is from the original trends page in the Cumulus package, though this (highcharts) element is obviously the same in both anyway. Cumulus ini file also attached. I don't imagine debug is needed but let me know if anything else would be useful.

Just reporting for completeness!

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............and the ini file.
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Re: Tiny bug in Trends - Release 3.9.1

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I'm not seeing that, can you reload the page after launching the dev tools (F12) and see if it is still the same (Dev tools disable all caching by default).
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Sure, here you go Mark.

Obviously this is not my normal web page but the vanilla one using the out-of-the-box weatherstyle.css etc. so it should by-pass anything I've done hopefully (though I am getting the same result). I do always clear cache at least every day anyway.

I notice trendsT has not changed much - just a couple of spaces between the &nbsp tags deleted and buttons now in a table rather than a div.
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Ah, its the default web site rather than the Admin interface.

Yep, I see the issue, thanks.

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