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About JimmiLee

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  1. I'm using a stacked bar 2d chart . . . My DataValues are too close to each other to display nicely! Is there a way to create space between them or rotate them so they aren't so close as to overlap, rendering the values unreadable?
  2. Different fonts on datavalues in same chart...

    Ok - thanx for the quick answer
  3. Hi there Please see the attached image of my chart. I would like to make it so that the first datavalue of each stacked chart, is bold (the total for the stacked column) while the other values remain the same . . . Is this possible and if so, how?
  4. MSCombi3d and graph order!

    Thank you very much Got it now . . . J.
  5. Font Styles not working properly!

    Thanx - that finally did the trick - font instead of face How silly . . . Thanx again . . .
  6. MSCombi3d and graph order!

    What determines the order of the 3 datasets as graphs in the MSCombi3d graph? I've tried putting them in different orders in the XML document, but for some reason, the dataset with the highest values is always in front of the ones with lesser values, obscuring them completely! My Code: <Code> s = "<graph subCaption='1st half - 2009' xAxisName='Months' yAxisName='Revenue' numbersuffix='
  7. Font Styles not working properly!

    Once more - thank you for the quick reply . . . The issue seems to be with my browser somehow (I'm guessing) as the chart you've sent me renders everything in one font type as well - again, sizes, italic, bold and underline is rendered properly, but the font type remains the same! I've tested in both Mozilla and IE and even on my colleaguse computer (IE) with the same result! I've sent a screenshot to document this . . . At first I thought it was an issue related to the way we use FusionCharts or the server that's running it, but this proves that it must be some setting or otherwise - do you have a clue?
  8. Font Styles not working properly!

    Again, thank you for the quick answer . . . Actually, we are using the licensed and full version! I did start out with the trial version, to test and learn the product, but even before that, my company had obtained a license and I am working with the licensed version now! However, I use FusionCharts through java pages in CRM Alive (www.CRMAlive.com). I'm not sure whether this makes a difference, but from I understand, it shouldn't. I've found a simpler example (normal 2d column chart): <Code> <graph bgColor='1c404c,FFFFFF' subCaption='Monthly Revenues in US$' xAxisName='Month' yAxisName='Revenue' numbersuffix='$' showValues='0' decimals='0' formatNumberScale='0' plotGradientColor='' caption='Joint Software Engineers - Revenue Chart 2008' bgAlpha='50' canvasBgColor='DDDDDD, bfd0d7' canvasBgAlpha='80' baseFont='Times New Roman' baseFontSize ='12' baseFontColor ='000000'>"; <set label='Jan' value='462000' color='68670d'/> <set label='Feb' value='857000' color='406e7b'/> <set label='Mar' value='671000' color='bfd0d7'/> <set label='Apr' value='494000' color='bbb96f'/> <set label='May' value='761000' color='1c404c'/> <set label='Jun' value='960000' color='e4e7b2'/> <set label='Jul' value='629000' color='68670d'/> <set label='Aug' value='922000' color='406e7b'/> <set label='Sep' value='376000' color='bfd0d7'/> <set label='Oct' value='394000' color='bbb96f'/> <set label='Nov' value='732000' color='1c404c'/> <set label='Dec' value='860000' color='e4e7b2'/> <styles> <definition> <style name='Title' type='font' face='Arial' size='16' color='000000' bold='1'/> </definition> <application> <apply toObject='Caption' styles='Title' /> </application> </styles> </Code> Please disregard the backslashes - necessary in my code... Shouldn't the base font be "overwritten" by styles?
  9. Font Styles not working properly!

    Thank you for the quick reply I've looked at the link, as well as tried using the outCnvBaseFont and related properties, but I am still unable to use different fonts in the same Graph! The only differences I can make are in font size and color - the font type (arial, calibri, comic sans, verdana or whatever) remains the same! I've tried removing any references to fonts in the graph and only put them in the styles part, but that still didn't work . . . Anyways, here's the XML: <code> <graph caption='Magandang Babae Call Center' subCaption='Service Activity Capacity: Resources vs. Used - past 2 weeks' xAxisName='Week Days' yAxisName='Man Hours' numbersuffix='' showValues='0' decimals='0' formatNumberScale='0' plotGradientColor='' bgColor='1b6903' bgAlpha='50' canvasBgColor='DDDDDD' canvasBgAlpha='80' baseFont='Arial' baseFontSize ='12' baseFontColor ='000000' outCnvBaseFont='Comic Sans MS' outCnvBaseFontSize='14' outCnvBaseFontColor='ff0000' labelDisplay='Rotate' plotBorderDashed='1'> <categories> <category label='Monday 18th September' /> <category label='Tuesday 19th September' /> <category label='Wednesday 20th September' /> <category label='Thursday 21st September' /> <category label='Friday 22nd September' /> <category label='Saturday 23rd September' /> <category label='Monday 24th September' /> <category label='Tuesday 25th September' /> <category label='Wednesday 26th September' /> <category label='Thursday 27th September' /> <category label='Friday 28th September' /> <category label='Saturday 29th September' /> </categories> <dataset seriesName='Available Resources' color='00cc00'> <set value='279' /> <set value='295' /> <set value='267' /> <set value='266' /> <set value='302' /> <set value='329' /> <set value='311' /> <set value='344' /> <set value='315' /> <set value='321' /> <set value='343' /> <set value='299' /> </dataset> <dataset seriesName='Used Resources' color='ff0000'> <set value='244' /> <set value='268' /> <set value='258' /> <set value='268' /> <set value='266' /> <set value='286' /> <set value='281' /> <set value='267' /> <set value='257' /> <set value='260' /> <set value='248' /> <set value='256' /> </dataset> <styles> <definition> <style name='Labels' type='font' face='Verdana' size='12' color='000000' bold='0'/> <style name='Title' type='font' face='Times New Roman' size='26' color='000000' bold='0'/> </definition> <application> <apply toObject='DATALABELS' styles='Labels' /> <apply toObject='Caption' styles='Title' /> </application> </styles> </graph> <code>
  10. I am using the following to define my base font: baseFont='comic sans ms' baseFontSize ='14' baseFontColor ='000000' As i want to be able to use different font types in my document, I use styles to do this: <style name='Labels' type='font' face='Verdana' size='12' color='000000' bold='0'/> <style name='Title' type='font' face='Arial' size='26' color='000000' bold='0'/> <apply toObject='DATALABELS' styles='Labels' /> <apply toObject='Caption' styles='Title' /> Now the odd thing I find is that the base font type is applied to ALL my fonts (comic Sans MS) while the style font types are not, so that Verdana and Arial are ignored, yet the font sizes found in my styles, are applied! Anyone?
  11. Drill Down Pop Up - link not working.

    Ok, admittedly I'm not exactly a Java wiz, not even experienced with either Java or HTML... I've tried setting the registerWithJS attribute in teh constructor to 1, but alas, it makes no difference . . . I've read through http://www.fusioncharts.com/docs/Contents/DrillDown/JavaScript.html but really it refers to setting up a Java link that doesn't offer a drill down pop up, but rather a small informative pop up! My main: var myChart1 = new FusionCharts("./FlashObjects/Column2D.swf", "Chart1Id", "700", "400", "0", "1"); myChart1.setDataURL("./AdvancedReports/Data1d.xml"); myChart1.render("chart1"); The links in the Data1d.xml file: set label='Quarter 1' value='1990000' color='68670d' link='P-Quarter1,width=400,height=300,toolbar=no, scrollbars=no,resizable=no-Quarter1.html' set label='Quarter 2' value='2215000' color='406e7b' link='P-detailsPopUp,width=400,height=300-Quarter2.html' set label='Quarter 3' value='1927000' color='bfd0d7' link='P-detailsPopUp-Quarter3.html' set label='Quarter 4' value='1986000' color='bbb96f' link='Quarter4.html' As should be evident, I'm not using the j- notation to denote a java script, but rather the P- notation to denote a pop up - of the above four links, only the last one to Quarter4, opening up not as a pop up, but rather in the same window, works properly . . .
  12. Drill Down Pop Up - link not working.

    I've attached the code MyCode.zip
  13. Drill Down Pop Up - link not working.

    The version I'm using is this one: FusionCharts v3.1 Release: 24th February 2009
  14. Drill Down Pop Up - link not working.

    I get the exact same issue on IE - turned off the pop-up blocker first . . . J.
  15. Drill Down Pop Up - link not working.

    Hi Rajroop Bhaduri Actually the pop-up blocker was on However, after removing it, the links still don't work as pop up! J.