I'm guessing, but have you tried Tools | Cell Content > | Recalculate (or
F9) or Ctrl+Shift+F9 (Recalculate Hard)?
This doesn't help.
A colleague found that that hiding then unhiding the rows that are
below the charts solves the issue. Note that these rows are not the
ones that contain the data to be plotted. Let's see if this strange
method works for more than 1 night!
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