Can you know how to not mark if one variable on the chart is zero?

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What MCU/Processor/Board and compiler are you using?


What LVGL version are you using?

maybe 8.2

What do you want to achieve?

If the variable value in the chart is 0, I hope it will not be marked.
Now, it is indicated as a picture and is experiencing inconvenience.

What have you tried so far?

lv_chart_set_range (chart2, lv_chart_axis_primary_y, 0, 30);
I tried to raise the min, but it wasn’t what I wanted.

Code to reproduce

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The code block(s) should be formatted like:

lv_chart_set_range(chart2, LV_CHART_AXIS_PRIMARY_Y, 0, 30);
lv_chart_set_next_value(chart2, ser2, 0);
lv_chart_set_next_value(chart2, ser2, 10);

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I do not speak English so that grammar and words can be a lot wrong. sorry.

Thank you in advance

You can set that point’s value to LV_CHART_POINT_NONE.

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Thank you for always. :+1:
I couldn’t find it in the documents. :sweat_smile:
When it is displayed as ui, it is displayed as -nan, but we will find a solution later.

Great! In the docs you can find it here:

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Oh! thank you
I need to improve my self-reading skills. :sweat_smile:

Done worry, I also have a kind of “reading-blindness”. Especially when I need to read the texts I have written. :smiley:

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