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I'm having a hard time reproducing this issue, though I may be missing something. The example has the ordering of the items as you've specified already (this is as of 3.0.1, it might have been different in an earlier version) - the axis field list is different from the series yfield list. The values seem to be correct - when I hide IE, the chart starts around 55% and ends just over 70%. What do you mean when you say "the scale of the y-Axis is broken"?
Perhaps the issue is fixed, but we neglected to close this issue? This seems unlikely since 3.0.1 was released in August, but your ticket opened in September.
It becomes most obvious when you deactivate all but one series.
Only IE active: series falls from 44.8 to 27.5; scale of yAxis is 0 to 25 ==> wrong
Only Chrome active: series rises from 3.9 to 22.4; scale of yAxis is 0 to 50 ==> wrong (should have been 0 to 25 (0 to 24 with a step of 3))
Only Firefox active: series highest value is 47.9; scale of yAxis is 0 to 45 ==> wrong
It seems like IE, FF and Chrome switched their yAxis scales. This is due to the fact, that their adding order got messed up.
Only Safari active: series highest value is 4.0; scale of yAxis is 0 to 3 ==> wrong
Only Opera active: series highest value is 2.3; scale of yAxis is 0 to 1 ==> wrong
Only Other active: series highest value is 0.9; scale of yAxis is 0 to 4 ==> wrong
It seems like Safari, Opera and Other switched their yAxis scales. This is due to the fact, that their adding order got messed up.
Do I have to be more precise?
Even only deactivating IE, like you did, shows the problem in a minor way: sum of the remaining series ends up slightly above 70% while scale of yAxis is 0 to 100. Should have been 0 to 80.