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Currently, if for some reason you wish to move e.g. the x-axis of a graph to run along the top of the graph display, you have to do this at edit-time by right-clicking the (x-)axis and selecting "Swap Sides". I have not found any property or invoke node to do this at run-time.
Instead, I have to duplicate a scale (at edit time), move one using "Swap sides", then in the program I need to programamtically track and control which one is visible at any given time. Since the graph area properly resizes/moves as the scale(s) move in and out of visibility, I see no reason for why the "swap sides" functionality can't be a boolean property accessible at run-time? (But then again, there are a lot of things I don't see, especially on the back-end of the LabVIEW environment...)
As a side note, it seems like you can't even swap sides at edit times for a chart.