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  1. Hi, Pinging the thread again. Can this at least be confirmed as a bug? The behavior certainly does not seem intuitive to the end user. An update would be appreciated. Thanks, -Tim
  2. Hi, Could I get an update on this issue? It hasn't yet been resolved to my satisfaction. I'm a paying client. Let me know if you need account information. Thanks, -Tim
  3. Hi Sudipto, These are dynamic charts. I have no guarantee that for another chart that the zeros might be present in the Videos data as opposed to Wikipedia. Just to be clear, I'm still looking for a solution that causes the tooltip for the area that you mouse over to be displayed rather than whichever one happens to be listed last in my XML. Thanks, -Tim
  4. Hey Sashibhusan, That doesn't quite address my issue. We want a stacked chart because we want to see the total of all series in addition to the values for individual series. A multi-series area chart gives me the latter but not the former. Your response also doesn't quite explain why the Wikipedia group is displayed. Sure it's last in my list of datasets but the end-user doesn't know that. To them, it's just another series and the wrong tooltip is being displayed for it. Furthermore, it's not as if I can solve the issue by sorting the datasets differently. Whichever one is last will show the tooltip which really doesn't make a whole lot of sense. Is there any chance this could be addressed as a bug or enhancement request? At a minimum it would be great to have a flag to change the behavior (show the tooltip for the last dataset vs. show the tooltip for whatever dataset I've moused over). Not sure if anyone is actually interested in the former so maybe make the latter the default? Thanks!
  5. Hi, I ran across an issue when displaying a stacked area graph with JS when one more values are 0. Issue was found in 3.2.4-release.8565. I have two series, Wikipedia and Video. Each dataset contains values for about 15 categories (days in this case). All values for both series are zero with the exception of one value in the Video series which has a value of 1. When the graph is rendered you get the expected spike up to 1 for one of the series on that particular day. However, if you mouse over that spike you get the tooltip for the Wikipedia series (value 0) rather than the one for Video (value 1). Interestingly the tooltip that's displayed depends on the order of the listing of the datasets. This only seems to happen when the later datasets have values of 0 for one or more categories. Screenshot and sample code/data attached. Thanks, -Tim test.zip
  6. Hi, Thanks for the information. That does explain the black background at the bottom of the chart when setTransparent is not called. However, it does not explain why the labels are missing when setTransparent is used. I've revised my example, attached, to use a shorter chart (8000px tall, 575px wide) and reduced the number of datapoints slightly so they all fit (487 total). The problem with the missing labels still persists. In playing around with things a bit more it doesn't seem to be the number of datapoints so much as the distance from the top of the chart. The labels always seem to cut off at some fixed height. Is there a limitation of flash that might explain that issue? Thanks, -Tim graph.zip
  7. With a large number of items in a chart where setTransparent() is called the labels will disappear. It seems to occur at a random point. In this case around label 180. I've attached a very simple test case. Interestingly if you remove the call to setTransparent and scroll to the bottom of the page you'll notice another bug. The last dozen or so items have a black background rather than the vertical gray and white stripes. Testing was done with Firefox 3.6.8, Fusion Charts 3.? and Flash v. I'm primarily interested in work-arounds for the first issue. Thanks! graph.zip