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I'm trying to perform a graph regarding some filters. But the graph is always showed with the same X axis(0 - 400000secons). So the packets are almost non-visible(the traces is only 400 seconds).

Could everyone help me out to fix this?

Thanks in advance,


asked 18 Apr '16, 02:18

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Have you tried to right-click on the graph and zoom in X-axis? I know it is not a solution but should help if you only need it occasionally.

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answered 18 Apr '16, 02:35

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Thank you. It looks this workaround can be useful for now.

(18 Apr '16, 02:48) germanv

OK, so now think about filing a bug (of "nice to have" severity) asking to automatically adjust the X zoom to span from the timestamp of the earliest filtered frame of all curves to the timestamp of the latest filtered frame of all curves.

(18 Apr '16, 03:10) sindy

(@sindy, I converted your comment to an answer. And then converted the followup comments to comments on the answer--which isn't exactly trivial.)

(19 Apr '16, 08:49) JeffMorriss ♦

Personally I couldn't live with this new capability as it's almost impossible to use and has all that zooming nonsense. The IOgraph is really one of the most powerful aspects of wireshark as it helps to characterize network behaviour and faults. This new tool just doesn't work in my view and I have downgraded to release 1.

(21 Jun '16, 01:17) Graham Heath
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