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On the new platform these don't zoom out as much as the older platform so i'm having to go back to the older platform

 

I've pasted two examples here one of the old platform and one of the new platform (note the year range on the older platform).  I can only presume this was done because performance isn't quite a good right now on the newer platform but i'm hoping this is resolved before the older platform is retired otherwise i'd suggest this is a major step back when things should actually be improving on the new platform.

 

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Look like you guys have made some changes ?

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