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    I am facing the same issue with 4.0.7. Are there any fixes?
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    It's been six months...any update?

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    Thumbs up Style is the answer...

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    For me, adding the entire css for charts conflicted with a bunch of the style work i had already done. So, adding this little gem to an existing stylesheet will do the trick!

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    .x-hide-visibility{    visibility:hidden !important
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    That little gem didn't do it for me, unfortunately.

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    Are you able to see whether or not either of the overlapping axis labels are being classed with the "x-hide-visibility" tag? I wasn't aware at first that the charts automatically classing a label to be hidden. I think you may be able to overcome the issue with css, but you will need to identify whether or not that class (or some other class) is being included.