Hi Sebastian,

thanks for your fast answer, but I do not mean the axis ranges (minY,...) or the zoom in the data. I really mean the screen area, that is used by the graph. I'm aware of the fact, that different phones will show the data in another way.

The only option for displaying the graph in the editor ist the aspect ratio (e.g. 2.5). That means, that the width of the borders of the graph are 2.5 times of the height of the borders. That means, if there are values on the y-axis, the border of the graph begins right of it. But while buffering and calculating, the values at the axis (and therefore the length of the used place by it) change, especially when it shows no values on the axis while refreshing the image. When there are no values at the axis, the left border of the graph goes as far to the left, as it can (right beside the axis name). When new data is calculated, it springs back to the first position. This causes a continuously changing of the size of the frame of the graph.

So it would be perfect, if one could say, that the total width of the graph is e.g. 80% of the screen width and the whole graph is fixed in the top right corner. So the values of the y-axis could change, without causing the changes of the actual screen area taken by the graph.

I try to add some pictures in my original post, perhaps they help to understand my problem. Unfortunately I am not able to upload a video of the screen capture of the iPad.

Perhaps you can also contact me per PM in german, this might be easier.

thanks for your fast answer, but I do not mean the axis ranges (minY,...) or the zoom in the data. I really mean the screen area, that is used by the graph. I'm aware of the fact, that different phones will show the data in another way.

The only option for displaying the graph in the editor ist the aspect ratio (e.g. 2.5). That means, that the width of the borders of the graph are 2.5 times of the height of the borders. That means, if there are values on the y-axis, the border of the graph begins right of it. But while buffering and calculating, the values at the axis (and therefore the length of the used place by it) change, especially when it shows no values on the axis while refreshing the image. When there are no values at the axis, the left border of the graph goes as far to the left, as it can (right beside the axis name). When new data is calculated, it springs back to the first position. This causes a continuously changing of the size of the frame of the graph.

So it would be perfect, if one could say, that the total width of the graph is e.g. 80% of the screen width and the whole graph is fixed in the top right corner. So the values of the y-axis could change, without causing the changes of the actual screen area taken by the graph.

I try to add some pictures in my original post, perhaps they help to understand my problem. Unfortunately I am not able to upload a video of the screen capture of the iPad.

Perhaps you can also contact me per PM in german, this might be easier.