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  1. Double-click in your image, and then right-click over the Y-axis (the label "Y-axis" should be visible).
  2. Select "Axis format" from the contextual menu
  3. Go to the "Numbers" tab and de-select (un-check) the option "Format of origin"
  4. Now you can adjust the value of "Decimals" (e.g. to "2" under the "Options" section. Click OK).
  1. Double-click in your image, and then right-click over the Y-axis (the label "Y-axis" should be visible).

    Select Y-axis

  2. Select "Axis format" from the contextual menumenu.

  3. Go to the "Numbers" tab and de-select (un-check) the option "Format of origin"origin".
  4. Now you can adjust the value of "Decimals" (e.g. to "2" "2") under the "Options" section. Click OK)."OK".

    Adjust decimals to be shown in graphics

  1. Double-click in your image, and then right-click over the Y-axis (the label "Y-axis" should be visible).

    Select Y-axis

  2. Select "Axis format" from the contextual menu.

  3. Go to the "Numbers" tab and de-select (un-check) the option "Format of origin".
  4. Now you can adjust the value of "Decimals" (e.g. to "2") under the "Options" section. Click "OK".

    Adjust decimals to be shown in graphicsAdjust decimals to be shown in graphics

    Click to open a full-resolution version of the image.

  1. Double-click in your image, and then right-click over the Y-axis (the label "Y-axis" should be visible).

    Select Y-axis

  2. Select "Axis format" from the contextual menu.

  3. Go to the "Numbers" tab and de-select (un-check) the option "Format of origin".
  4. Now you can adjust the value of "Decimals" (e.g. to "2") under the "Options" section. Click "OK".

    Adjust decimals to be shown in graphicsAdjust decimals to be shown in graphics

    Click to open a full-resolution version of the image.

  1. Double-click in your image, and then right-click over the Y-axis (the label "Y-axis" should be visible).

    Select Y-axis

  2. Select "Axis format" from the contextual menu.

  3. Go to the "Numbers" tab and de-select (un-check) the option "Format of origin".
  4. Now you can adjust the value of "Decimals" (e.g. to "2") under the "Options" section. Click "OK".

    Adjust decimals to be shown in graphics

    Click to open a full-resolution version of the image.


Now, as to why the Y axis shows this (very small) number when it should be simply zero, I don't know. The axis properties are automatically set so the X-axis should be placed at zero, but the graph somehow shows something else.

This is surely a bug, now it is a matter of finding out whether it has been reported already. If not, please file a bug.

Either way, please post a link to any bugs found or filed in a comment below using the format "fdo#123456".