daniel_moon16

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  1. Javascript Fallback Problems

    Ok that worked on Firefox and Chrome but Internet Explorer was still giving me problems. I ended up uninstalling flash (instead of disabling) and everything worked the way it should. Thanks.
  2. Javascript Fallback Problems

    Hello. I am having problems with the Javascript charts rendering when flash is unavailable. What I get right now is an X in the frame where the chart is supposed to be. The same chart renders perfectly using flash. The same chart also renders when I FusionCharts.setCurrentRenderer("javascript"); My company likes the look and speed of the flash version, but not all of our computers/devices are flash capable. I've done a little bit of research and I am fairly certain that what I read said that this feature is in the FusionCharts.js file so then I did <script type="text/javascript" charset="utf-8" src="js/fusioncharts/Charts/FusionCharts.js"></script> Making sure that: FusionCharts.HC.Charts.js FusionCharts.HC.js and jquery.min.js are in the same folder as FusionCharts.js Which still didn't work. I am operating Internet Explorer 9 and have tried in Firefox and Chrome with the same failures. I am using FusionCharts 3.3.1 XT I don't think it matters but I am using a realtimeline graph. Am I missing something? Thanks.
  3. Possible to hide series' initailly?

    Hi, thank you but unfortunately that didn't work. I tried: <dataset color="FA5058" visible="0" seriesName="STD Low 364" alpha="25" showValues="0" drawAnchors="0"> I am using the RealTimeLine chart on version 3.3.1 xt
  4. Possible to hide series' initailly?

    Is it possible to start with a graph only showing some of the series? I want to show a graph with about 20 series in it but I only want maybe 4 to initially appear.
  5. Is it possible to add more than one button directly to the chart? right now I'm using: chart4.addEventListener("rendered", function(eventObject, argumentsObject) { eventObject.sender.ref.drawOverlayButton({show:1, message:"Zoom"});} ); chart4.addEventListener("overlaybuttonclick", function(eventObject, argumentsObject){getCombo1("zoom");}); to implement changing graphs. It seems like I can only implement one button on a single graph with this method. Is there a better way to do it? Thanks in advance.