I ran into a problem that gaps in graphs disappears at some point of zooming out.

Here is simple example that reproduces this undesirable behavior:

MainWindow::MainWindow(QWidget *parent)
    : QMainWindow(parent)
    QCustomPlot *main_plot = new QCustomPlot(this);
    main_plot->setMinimumSize(800, 600);
    main_plot->setInteractions(QCP::iRangeZoom | QCP::iRangeDrag);
    main_plot->axisRect()->setRangeDrag(Qt::Horizontal | Qt::Vertical);

    QHBoxLayout *h_layout = new QHBoxLayout;

    QWidget *main_widget = new QWidget(this);


    double x1 = 1000.0;
    double x2 = 1010.0;
    double xNaN = 1012.5;
    double x3 = 1015.0;
    double x4 = 1025;

    QVector<double> x = {x1, x2, xNaN, x3, x4};

    double y1 = 0;
    double y2 = 0;
    double yNaN = qQNaN();
    double y3 = 10;
    double y4 = 10;

    QVector<double> y = {y1, y2, yNaN, y3, y4};

    double range_size = x.last() - x.first();
    QCPRange x_range(x.first() - range_size * 0.2, x.last() + range_size * 0.2);
    QCPRange y_range(-5, 15);



    QPen pen;
    main_plot->graph(0)->setData(x, y, true);

In the beginning main_plot draws lines with gap as it should be. But when xAxis range gets more than approximately 10000, it starts drawing line between points which is certainly not what I expect to see.

I've worked out that the reason is the AdaptiveSampling used in QCPGraph::getOptimizedLineData. It seems that this algorithm gets rid of NaN values at some point while zooming out so lineData contains only non-NaN values.

The simplest solution I can see is to set AdaptiveSampling disabled, but I'm not sure that it's a good idea as this algorithm seems to improve performance.

So what is the most proper solution of this issue?