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  1. So I was having trouble with the angular gauge properly conveying that my value had exceeded the upper limit. When I passed to the chart a dial value over the upper limit, the dial was pointing well below the upper limit. This didn't make any sense to me. Then I found this: Can someone please clarify if indeed a value exceeds the upper limit, the chart will not properly convey that information? I'm able to get around the issue by testing if the value exceeds the upper limit in my PHP code, then artificially resetting the value to the upper limit. This is the only way I can get the chart to indicate that the maximum has been reached. Otherwise, it's just plain inaccurate. Now it's quite possible (likely?) that I'm missing something, so feel free to set me straight. Thanks!
  2. It would be great if we could place title on the map. I'd prefer to set the title through the XML instead of using HTML and CSS.
  3. Problem with Cache

    I'd also like to modify the code to disable the appendage of the FCTime variable, but I'm not a Javascript guru, and I can't find the specific location in the .js file where the querystring is being added. Can you point me in the right direction for disabling this? Thanks, M
  4. setDataURL issues, mysterious querystring appended

    Thanks for the response. But since the appended query string is causing the call to the data file to fail, is there a way to prevent it from happening? Thanks.
  5. I'm having trouble using relative URLs for the setDataURL method. Using the FusionCharts debug mode I was able to determine that a querystring is being appended to the URL of my XML data file. Here's what I get the debug tells me: INFO: XML Data provided using dataURL method. dataURL provided: small.xml dataURL invoked: small.xml?FCTime=341 I'm not positive, but I believe the appended querystring is causing the data load to fail. Is it FusionCharts that is appending the querystring, or is it possible it's coming from other environmental factors?