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  1. Legend Styles for solid boxes

    We just recently purchased fusion charts v.3.0.3, is there any fee or cost to upgrade a minor version?
  2. Legend Styles for solid boxes

    I've been looking through the documentation for anything that would control the whether the boxes in a legend are a solid color or outlined - without too much success. I noticed in the example charts the legend renders with solid boxes of colors, however my chart legends render as outlined boxes. I've a attached a screen shot to illustrate the outlined boxes in the legend. Does anyone know what controls the way the legend renders the boxes? Any help would be greatly appreciated. Regards, Seth
  3. Legend Not Rendering

    I found the solution to my problem - i was not setting the "seriesName" attribute on the dataset element in the xml used by the chart - pretty simple mistake, but pretty easy to make. Just thought I'd post back in case anyone else runs into the issue =) Regards, Seth
  4. Legend Not Rendering

    I've checked for some other posts on the topic, but wasn't able to find any. If I missed one please feel free to direct me to the correct thread.... I wrote a report generator that based off of options, will choose the fusion chart needed to render the relationships of the data accordingly. Certain options require that the fusion chart used support multi-series data, or even multi-series stacked data. The reports are generating correctly with no issues other than no legend is rendered in any of the cases resulting in a multi-series report. I'm certain I'm missing something pretty simple, but am at a loss here... Here are the debugging options I've gone through 1) Set the chart element xml attribute legendPosition="RIGHT" to see if it would show up. 2) Set the chart element xml attribute to showLegend="1". 3) Ran the charts in debug to verify that the dataXml being rendered did in fact contain the attributes specified above, as well as verify that the LEGEND object was defined for the chart. I'm attaching a screenshot of the debug report without the attributes I added above - as I understand it the multi-series will default to using a legend. The screenshot shows the chart type, the legend object defined, but no legend being rendered. Any help would be appreciated. Regards, Seth Any idea's would be appreciated.
  5. MultiSeries Stacked Bar chart alternatives

    Thanks Pallav - I had gotten to that conclusion. I do think it is a little weird that this chart is limited in this fashion, but it's hard to design for every scenario =). I will look into modifying the source code that came with the charting library to see if I can't come up with something decent for a legend. Seth
  6. MultiSeries Stacked Bar chart alternatives

    I would like to clarify - I guess I am not looking for an alternative way to solve the problem - I was inquiring about usage on the chart, and specifically, if there was way to deal with the scenario I constructed using the stacked bar chart.
  7. I just recently started using FusionCharts and am very new to the library. I searched the topics on the forum for anything that related to my problem, If I missed one please feel free to refer me to the relevant thread. I have setup a small scenario to illustrate exactly where I'm running into limitations using the multi-series stacked column 2D chart. Consider a company that has two branch locations, A and B. Each location tracks the number of accidents that occur for each year, as well as the severity of the accidents. For simplicity, lets say the severities are low, medium, and high. I wish to create a graph that shows events by location over the last several years, stacked by accident severity. The multi-series stacked 2D chart seemed to be the answer. The limitation I'm running into has to do with the fact that the dataset element I wish to use for the location (it would be the parent dataset of datasets representing each accident severity level) does not support attributes such as seriesName - further I do not seem to have the ability to manipulate the contents of the legend (outside of styling). It is driven of the child data sets only. I am including an example file that illustrates what I'm trying to do... Am I missing something obvious? Is this the wrong chart for the job? Are there other charts better suited for what I'm trying to do? ExampleXML.xml