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Feature request "Dynamic Auto-Scale" in sensor panel/graph

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A feature that dynamically turn on Auto-scale in certain conditions such as:

If Current value is greater than Maximum value then turn on "Auto-scale" on maximum value

and same on minimum value

and also if possible, apply this in Sensor panel Bars just same as above:

A feature that dynamically change max limit depending on current value in certain condition such as:

If Current value is greater than Maximum value then turn on change the max value depending on current value

also why not use percent in limit 1, limit 2... that depends on min and max??

Wish I explained it well, sorry for my language

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this is for NIC to be displayed well (for me)

because there are times that I want to use "Auto-scale" specially when transferring file to another PC that makes the graph exceed the bar

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A feature that dynamically turn on Auto-scale in certain conditions such as:

If Current value is greater than Maximum value then turn on "Auto-scale" on maximum value

and same on minimum value

and also if possible, apply this in Sensor panel Bars just same as above:

A feature that dynamically change max limit depending on current value in certain condition such as:

If Current value is greater than Maximum value then turn on change the max value depending on current value

also why not use percent in limit 1, limit 2... that depends on min and max??

Wish I explained it well, sorry for my language

I will not address the fixed scale to auto scale on threshold for graphing issue, but autoscalling on bars would yield a full bar all the time, as that is what auto scaling does. You need the history of a graph to make autoscaling useful.

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