I know that it was done intentionally, and so I intentionally addressed it in my post. I think you are confused as to what my point was, so allow me to reexplain. It is foolish too have Monday - Sunday on the screen at 40 kWh and display Sunday on the left and a Monday on the right at completely different scales. Just don’t show them at all. It serves no useful or practical purpose to show the last day of the previous week if it is going to have a different scale. Why not set a different scale for every day in the week.
Whoa! Last Sunday I used massive amounts of energy! Oh wait last week the scale is 20 kWh and I actually used less energy. Oh I can’t tell because the scale changed and I have to go to month view. In reality that Sunday was 14.3 kWh and the Monday is 8.3 kWh. But because of the scaling, it appears I used 3-4 times as much energy on Sunday than monday
Now what I am proposing is that Sunday and Monday on either side be shown at the same 40 kWh scale so I can compare them usefully. Then when I swipe to the previous week, it will change the scale accordingly to reflect a scale useful for that week and a day either side of it. If my peak usage last Sunday was 50 kWh and my peak this week is 40, then adjust the scale to accommodate as if the peak was 50. Or if you are expecting something outrageous like 50 vs 5, which I don’t, then have the option to display the value of the bar, or hide it completely.
There’s no reason why not. Sunday’s bar should be about twice the height of Monday. And when I swipe to last week and the scale changes to 20 kWh, that bar on the right representing next weeks Monday ought to be scaled to be roughly half of Sunday
Whatever the proper solution is, whether you change the scale, label the value to those outside bars. Or remove them completely. the current, intentional, design is unintuitive and not useful. I don’t mean offense, but it isn’t very smart.