Steve Grove

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  1. Transparency For All Chart

    How can you achieve the same using the Fusion Charts jQuery plugin and a "javascript" rendered chart. There is no option to set transparency in the insertFusionChart() function call that presumably calls the render() method. $("#chart_demo").insertFusionCharts({ swfUrl: $("#ctype").val(), renderer: "javascript", dataSource: $("#charttext").val(), dataFormat: "xml", width: $("#cwidth").val(), height: $("#cheight").val(), debugMode : 0, }); I can do it in plain javascript as described earlier but I prefer jQuery. Essentially how can I do the equivalent of myChart.setTransparent(true); using jQuery plugin?
  2. How to change Value position?

    I can't believe after two years this still isn't a configurable feature. It can't be too difficult to apply an X and Y offset to the data values. Having the text on top of the bubbles is not only ugly but often unreadable and makes the use fo data values pretty much impossible. I understand that "valuePadding" will do some form of vertical shift even for bubble charts (Nov 2012) but come on, this is pretty basic stuff. Ideally, I'd like to see the data value be configurable on a per data point basis too - that way you could have text that was a variable distance from the bubble perhaps based on the bubble value itself. Fixed vertical offsets for all text is hardly a workable solution for such a premium product.
  3. I can confirm that this is still present in Fusion Charts Suite Nov 2012 : calling getSVGString() on the same chart twice results in a JS error shown below var svgstr = FusionCharts(cid).ref.getSVGString(); Uncaught TypeError: Cannot set property 'enabled' of undefined FusionCharts.HC.js:375 h.getSVGFusionCharts.HC.js:375 wb.getSVGStringFusionCharts.HC.js:397 (anonymous function) e.extend.eachwww.examplejquery.min.js:2 e.fn.e.eachjquery.min.js:2 (anonymous function) f.Callbacks.njquery.min.js:2 f.Callbacks.o.fireWithjquery.min.js:2 wjquery.min.js:4
  4. You wrote: "Instead of calling the exportChart function, build your own function to get SVG data from chart and use AJAX (to stop postback) to pass the SVG and other meta data to the index.php" How do I do this? Can you post an example? I'd like to use jquery and AJAX to post the chart myself, then load the image into a new container within the callback from the AJAX post. Is there a callback when exporting pure javascript charts?