I’m having an issue that I’ve noticed on the aggregate graphs of our Libre instance. For some reason when looking at an aggregate graph, if I set the start date to be 4 months before the current date then the information is wildly inaccurate.
These images are both of the same graph, in the first image, the start date is set to 4 months and 1 day before the current date (22nd May 2023). In the second image it is exactly 4 months ago.
This is only happening on aggregate graphs, if I look at the individual graphs used to make up this aggregate then it all looks fine and correct.
Is this a setting that needs changing somewhere or does anybody have a similar experience?
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The custom files are weathermap files which should have no impact on a graph.
Any help appreciated.