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    Hi all,

    I've created a chart with dates on the x axis. I've got upwards of 70 data points so the x axis is getting crowded with date labels. Is there a way to show less labels on an axis? Maybe even just show one label for each month? I have a data point for each day..

    I've read about majorTickStep configuration in the series documentation but it seems like you need to set a min and max which I cant do because my data is variable.

    Thanks for any pointers

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  2. You can use the step config on the time axis so you can configure if you want it to show x amount of days, weeks, months, years

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    You can use the step config on the time axis so you can configure if you want it to show x amount of days, weeks, months, years
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    Thanks, sorry for the easy question I should have been able to find that in the documentation!

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