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  1. Overlaping labels in Pie Charts

    Thanks for your quick answer, Prerana. skipOverlapLabels helps, but it isn't enough for having nice looking charts with Pie Charts with labels at 14px or 16px. If tried other attributes, such as "labelBorderPadding" or "labelBorderThickness" with the objective of increasing the distance between labels, but these attributes don't seem to work with Pie Chart legends. So at the end, I've got the best charts by using a smaller label font size. Please, let us know when there are improvements in this area. Best regards, Jordi
  2. Hi; Is there a way to indicate the piechart to take into consideration the label font size to avoid having overlap between labels as in this example: ? It seems that labels spacing is calculated asuming some fixed font size, but when a larger font size (for example 16px) is used, there is overlapping even when there is enught space to avoid it. Thanks for your help, Jordi
  3. By the way, here is a JSFiddle that reproduces it: Simply click on a bar of the chart, and you'll see how the the datasetIndex property that comes with the event is undefined. As I said previuosly, this doesn't happen with release 3.9. I hope this helps to fix the error.
  4. Hi; I've gone back to 3.9 where the described error doesn't show up. I hope that this bug gets fixed in your next release. Jordi
  5. Columns with transparency gradient

    Hi Gacan; Thanks a lot for your reply. "Playing" with the fiddle you provided, I see that: All columns start with white color. If you look at the sample I provided that shows the type of appearance that I'm trying to get, the fiddle chart is different. The chart that I'd like to get, would be achieved if the colums could start (at the bottom) with a fillAlpha of 50, and end up (at the top) with a fillAlpha of 100. If I remove the line -> "plotFillRatio": "1:2", I'm still getting the same chart. If I change the values, the same happens (the chart doesn't change). However when I modify the "plotFillAlpha" values, the chart changes accordingly. In the documentation ( says that 'plotFillRatio' is a number of the range 0-100. I'm a bit confused about the '1:2' expression that appears in the fiddle. I also don't undersant how the charts knows that it has to use Gradient 'Transparency'. Because in the fiddle the displayed chart has always a transparency gradient, regardless of whether the plotFillRatio attribute has is set or not. So, the question is: "Is there a way to have a columns chart, that has transparency gradient, starting at alpha 50% and ending at alpha 100%?" Thanks for your support, Jordi
  6. More specific information about this error. When subscribing to an event, as dataplot: $ = { dataPlotClick: function (ev, props) { . . } } the 'datasetIndex' of the 'props' object is 'undefined' when using Multi-series charts. In 3.9 the variable 'datasetIndex' was returning the index of the dataset correctly.
  7. Hi; I just upgraded to 3.10.1. What before was working now it is not. I'm referring to the Events part. Before spending hours trying to understand what is going on, I just wanted to know if there has been any change that could affect this part. By the way, returning to 3.9 everything works fine again. Thanks, Jordi
  8. Hi; With FusionCharts, is it possible to create a chart as the attached one? The only way I have found to create a 'transparency gradient' effect is by setting "plotgradientcolor": "#ffffff". The problem of this approach is that the bottom part of the columns is always white, and the chart doesn't look well. I'd like to have 50% of transparency in the bottom part of the columns and the upper part totally opaque. Is this possible? Thanks in advance, Jordi