I'm having some difficulty with a plot in Matlab 2018b. After plotting the data, I select the "Zoom In" option from the axes menu on the top-right, and zoom in and out to inspect the data. I later select "Restore View" from the context menu available when using "Zoom In", expecting it to go back to what it was after I plotted the data. However, I end up with a blank white axes with XLim [0 1]. (Legitimate X limits would be along the lines of [7.3705e+05 7.3740e+05].) Manually setting the X limits reveals that my data plots are still there, but well out of view.
My question is: Where is Matlab getting the limits that should be used when performing "Restore View"?
If needed, here's some more detailed information:
I am using a stack of two axes, directly overlaid on top of each other, inside of a graphics panel. The two axes are linked on the X-axis ("linkaxes([a,b],'x');"). The "upper" axes are set to have no background color, and "PickableParts" has been set to none.