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Currently, shinobicharts for Android does not offer an equivalent API method to our iOS charts’ secondaryAxisOffset method. We do base our future development on customer demand, so I will be sure to register your interest in it.
In the meantime, you should be able to achieve a similar look and feel using a different approach.
One option is to use two charts, one above the other, hiding the x axis of the upper price chart. Both x axes would typically contain the same values and range.
Another option is to use one chart and 2 y axes, each y axis in the reverse position. As you have mentioned, the secondary y axis is stacked on the first y axis. In the case of a y axis in the reverse position, the secondary y axis would be stacked to the right of the primary y axis.
If you apply a negative tick gap to the secondary y axis you could potentially align the tick labels of both primary and secondary y axes. This can be done using the following method:
To prevent the chart leaving space for secondary y axis, you may wish to set the width of the secondary y axis to a smaller value using the following method:
I hope that this helps, please let us know if you have any further questions.