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  1. Hi. I thought I'd put this in Miscellaneous as I'm not sure if it's a bug or just me doing it wrong! I am creating a chart via Javascript, then destroying it and recreating it using the same ID, like this: if (FusionCharts.items['myChart1']){ FusionCharts.items['myChart1'].dispose(); } This works - the chart is recreated and I don't get any errors. However something along the way is breaking the chart's rotation feature - it still responds to the mouse being dragged around, but it rotates in an erratic way. If a clearer explanation is required please let me know. Many thanks, Steve
  2. Fusioncharts On Https, Mixed Content Warning

    No problem. Thanks for your prompt responses.
  3. Fusioncharts On Https, Mixed Content Warning

    Hi, I have just tested a couple of different versions: Current Version:FusionCharts XT (v3.2.2) Service Release 3 (Released on 12th March, 2012) - no problem Current Version:FusionCharts XT (v3.2.2) Service Release 4 (Released on 6th August, 2012) - problem occurs
  4. Fusioncharts On Https, Mixed Content Warning

    Thank you for your reply, that's great. If it helps, I have had FusionCharts working under IE8 in the past, but now I can't get my simple "test.php" page working I am completely baffled. Thanks, valoukh
  5. Dear all, I am having trouble with the dreaded "mixed content" warning in IE8 and after checking for and eliminating any traces of 'http:' in my code, I have discovered that the following line is the cause: <script type="text/javascript" src="/plugins/FusionCharts_Intranet/Charts/FusionCharts.js"></script> I have read on the FusionCharts site that it will only work over HTTPS when certain methods are used. However if I create a test page with ONLY the above line in it, it throws the error. Has anyone experienced this before? I am happy to experiment with different methods of data retrieval (json, whatever), but the fact that an error is being thrown before any charts are even generated is puzzling. In IE9 I get the same error but it is 'bypassable'. In IE8 it completely stops the page loading (it seems to stop jquery from loading, which is used when the page is loaded). Although there is no problem in any other browsers we have tested, the majority of our users use IE8 so we are currently in a position where we have had to completely stop using FusionCharts in order for our site to work correctly. Thanks, valoukh EDIT: I've created a test page named "test.php" and it only has the above line in it. Navigating to this page throws the error.
  6. Charts Not Rendering Correctly In Some Browsers

    Thank you for your reply Bindhu. I believe I have found the cause of the problem. We use Google APIs to connect to the latest version of JQuery. On 9th August a new version of JQuery was released (1.8.0). For some reason FusionCharts doesn't seem to like it! I can't put my finger on what exactly is causing the issue but the charts work perfectly with JQuery 1.7.2. This would explain why the charts used to work, then stopped working. anurag_8279: your problem is not necessarily the same as mine. What is on line 53? Thanks, valoukh
  7. Hi all, I have a problem which I'm afraid is a classic case of "it used to work and now it doesn't", although it's bound to be something I've done that's broken it. Charts are no longer rendering correctly (the bars/pie aren't being drawn) in Firefox 14.0.1, Opera 12.01 or IE 9 (see image left). They work ok in IE 8 and Chrome 21.0 (see image right). The fact that I just wrote "they work ok in IE 8" is in itself making me think I've done something to break them. If anyone can shed any light on what might stop the 3d graphics from being drawn correctly that would be great. I have tested in the above browsers on Windows 7 and Windows Server 2008; charts are being rendered via JavaScript and ASP classic. Thanks, valoukh