Enable true 'zooming out' on graphs
I am not sure if this is intended behavior, or if it is actually a bug/oversight, but I would like to request the 'zoom out' tool zooms out from the CURRENT POSITION, by one zoom increment (so just the reverse of how the zoom in works using the mouse scroll wheel). This would keep the zoom in/out consistent with how the GeoPlan zooming works.
If you 'zoom in' to a graph (with the mouse scroll wheel or the 'zoom in' tool), and then pan across to a different time, and then try to 'zoom out', it doesn't work as expected. Rather than zooming out from the current position by one zoom increment (so just the reverse of the 'zoom in' operation), it doesn't technically zoom out at all - it actually just jumps to the 'previous view' from immediately before you last zoomed in (however long ago that was).
I am finding this quite frustrating at the moment since I am verifying a model using a full-survey-period simulation, and am continually zooming in and out and panning across to various storm events, but each time I zoom out, the screen jumps back to where I zoomed in from, which makes the experience very clunky and jerky.