oScale.AlignType = n
For the value (Y) axis there is a real number in AlignValue. For example, 10 in the AlignValue property means that the low edge of the scale is on a multiple of the value 10 (e.g. ...,-10,0,10,20,30,...) but not, for example, on the value 4.5
For the time axis there is a real number in the AlignValue that refers to the absolute time in days. For example, the value 1/24 in the AlignValue property means that the left edge of the scale is on a multiple of the value 1 hour, (e.g. 00:00:00, 01:00:00, 02:00:00, 03:00:00, etc.).
It specifies on which values the left or low edge of the scale is defined. For example, it is possible to define that the left edge of the time axis has to be aligned to a value which is a multiple of 1 minute. For the alignment of the scale main ticks see the tvTicks.AlignType property.
Caution! The scale alignment is not functional on the Web and also limited in local application. It is not recommended to use these (obsolete). These are kept only for compatibility reasons.