Francis Baril

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  1. Discontinuous Data With Ios Devices

    Hi, We have a graph with discontinous data, very similar to the 10th chart in the Line and Area charts gallery page. Both the graph and the 10th chart are working fine on computers, but are not rendered correctly with IOS, as missing data are shown. I'm using IOS 4.3.2 on a iPhone 4, but this problem occur with other OS versions and other devices. Is there a workaround with this issue? Thanks, Francis On my iPhone, the 10th chart is rendered like this :
  2. Discontinuous Data With Ios Devices

    Hi, You are in fact able to reproduce the problem. On your graph, both lines are continuous, they should not. Flash charts are correctly rendered, notice the discontinuous lines on this capture : To reproduce the problem on a PC/Mac : Go to http://www.fusioncharts.com/gallery/ Go to the "Line /Area" gallery section View the 10th chart, the one named "Multi-series 2D line charts / Discontinuous data demo" Notice discontinuous lines with the flash version (this is the correct rendering) Click "View JavaScript Chart" Notice continuous lines with the Javascript version I copy-pasted you the xml code found with the "View XML" button Regards, Francis
  3. Discontinuous Data With Ios Devices

    Hi, This is the XML code of the problematic chart in the Line and Area charts gallery page : <chart caption='Discontinuous Data Demo' numdivlines='4' showValues='0' numVDivLines='22' anchorRadius='2' labelDisplay='rotate' slantLabels='1' lineThickness='2' palette='4'> <categories> <category label='5/2001' /> <category label='6/2001' /> <category label='7/2001' /> <category label='8/2001' /> <category label='9/2001' /> <category label='10/2001' /> <category label='11/2001' /> <category label='12/2001' /> <category label='1/2002' /> <category label='2/2002' /> <category label='3/2002' /> <category label='4/2002' /> <category label='5/2002' /> <category label='6/2002' /> <category label='7/2002' /> <category label='8/2002' /> <category label='9/2002' /> <category label='10/2002' /> <category label='11/2002' /> <category label='12/2002' /> <category label='1/2003' /> <category label='2/2003' /> <category label='3/2003' /> <category label='4/2003' /> </categories> <dataset seriesname='Series 1'> <set value='0' alpha='0' /> <set value='0' alpha='0' /> <set value='0' alpha='0' /> <set value='0' /> <set value='1' /> <set value='2' /> <set value='3' /> <set value='5' /> <set value='8' /> <set value='11' /> <set value='16' /> <set value='23' /> <set value='31' /> <set value='40' /> <set value='49' /> <set value='59' /> <set value='68' /> <set value='76' alpha='0'/> <set value='84' alpha='0'/> <set value='89' /> <set value='94' /> <set value='97' /> <set value='99' /> <set value='100' /> </dataset> <dataset seriesname='Series 2' > <set value='0' alpha='0' /> <set value='0' /> <set value='0' /> <set value='0' /> <set value='0' /> <set value='1' /> <set value='1' /> <set value='1' /> <set value='1' /> <set value='6' /> <set value='26' /> <set value='43' /> <set value='43' alpha='0'/> <set value='43' alpha='0'/> <set value='43' alpha='0'/> <set value='43' alpha='0'/> <set value='43' /> <set value='53' /> <set value='66' /> <set value='78' /> <set value='91' /> <set value='0' alpha='0' /> <set value='0' alpha='0' /> <set value='0' alpha='0' /> </dataset> </chart> Regards, Francis