Do not dynamically move zero line in 3D scatter Plot

Hello,

I have drawn a well formated 3D scatterPlot. For exemples I will refer to this simple plot:
https://codepen.io/Jobeg/pen/ExxQvKw

Here is what it looks like (please note that in my real code I don’t add a flashy background like this):
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When I turn the graph to the left, the x-axis (green) goes to the other side of the graph:
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This is very confusing for my users because they do not know where the zero line goes.
Is it possible to simply see the graph like it was a real cube? Even though this will “hide” the data points.
(“strong” skills in paint :slight_smile: )

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I understand that this behavior is completly wanted but I would be so gratefull if an option could exist for this issue.

Update: This is a practical exemple of the desired behaviour.

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In this picture zero lines are behind the data. When I rotate the graph, the zero line stay in place and come in front of the data:

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Hello,
I’m afraid this is not possible at the moment but I’ve opened an issue https://github.com/plotly/plotly.js/issues/4342

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