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  1. We're using v3.12.2, looks like it was fixed in 3.13.0.
  2. Hi there, We have a Stacked 2D chart that is having some visual issues due to 0s in the data. Everything looks fine when stack100percent=0 but when it's set, we get the following: Note the vertical lines rising above the chart as well as the weird white areas throughout (most notably at the top). When we force 0 values to something >0 (like 0.00001) then the visual issues are cleared up and we get this: The problem is that when datasets are toggled off in the legend (of ones that had data during those periods), we get what you'd expect of a chart where each value is the same: Is there any way we can fix the visual artifacts while still allowing people to properly toggle off datasets in the legend? If we leave them at 0, we get what's expected (a white background, which is what we'd want). Thanks so much!
  3. Removing grey borders on Stacked 2D

    Solution: 'plotBorderThickness' => 0
  4. Hi there, I wanted to know what attribute needs to be set/unset to remove the grey lines in between each dataset like is in the 'fusion'-themed fiddle here: https://www.fusioncharts.com/explore/chart-gallery/stacked-charts/stacked-area. Thanks!
  5. Issues with 'worldwithcountries' map

    That's great, thanks so much!
  6. Issues with 'worldwithcountries' map

    The default 'gradient' legends aren't really ideal for this particular use case and also seem to have a weird side effect of messing with the scaling of the map (ends up being about 50% as big). It doesn't look like FusionMaps supports the FusionCharts-styled legends: If that's the case, adding a simple .png/jpeg image that looks like the normal legend (but can't be interacted with) would be sufficient but I don't see anywhere in the docs that outlines how to insert arbitrary images into charts. It would be possible to add it outside of the chart but then chart exporting would not include the legend which is not ideal. Is there a reasonably straight forward way of appending a custom image to the bottom of a chart if there is no way to display the FusionCharts-style legends on a FusionMaps chart? Thanks again for the help on this.
  7. Issues with 'worldwithcountries' map

    @Ayan Bhadury It doesn't look like legends are supported on this chart type. Is that the case? If they are, are there any example fiddles showcasing this? Thanks again.
  8. Issues with 'worldwithcountries' map

    For anyone else who wants a quick fix for this one: events: { drawComplete: function() { reAlignMapChart(); }, renderComplete: function() { if (!mapChartHasBeenReAligned) { reAlignMapChart(); } }, resized: function() { reAlignMapChart(); } } // Handle map chart offset as a result of the islands west of Asia/Australia. function reAlignMapChart() { // Ensure that we're doing this just after the chart is calculated but before it's rendered. setTimeout(function() { var mainMapObjectToMove = $('.raphael-group-8-dataset'); // Check if chart is ready yet. if (mainMapObjectToMove.attr('transform') == null) { return; } var transformationProperties = mainMapObjectToMove.attr('transform').split(','); if (parseInt(transformationProperties[4]) == 0) { transformationProperties[4] = window.innerWidth / 14.5; // found through manual testing. } else { transformationProperties[4] = parseInt(transformationProperties[4]) * 1.272; // Found through manual testing. } var newTransformation = transformationProperties.join(); mainMapObjectToMove.attr('transform', newTransformation); mapChartHasBeenReAligned = true; }, 0); }
  9. Issues with 'worldwithcountries' map

    I found out that this horizontal centering issue is due to a number of small islands off to the far right of the map (in the pacific ocean). Visible here: https://www.fusioncharts.com/charts/fusionmaps/?map=world-map-with-countries Is there any way to compensate for this in the chart attributes? I'd like to either ignore/cut off the islands in the pacific or add extra margin to the left side of the map. [edit] To clarify, this is ONLY an issue on the 'World Map with Countries' chart. The standard 'World Map' does not have this issue. Thanks
  10. Issues with 'worldwithcountries' map

    Hi Ayan, Thanks! My only question left is related to the alignment. It looks like everything is actually centered by default (title, subtitle, and map) but the actual alignment of the map is kind of off center (but it's definitely not left aligned like you said it would be by default). The title/subtitle (which are correctly centered) sit above Moscow/Iraq/Saudi Arabia when it should really be above Sweden/Norway (due to the actual map being offset to the left slightly). Is there any way to fix this? Changing the margins does shift the map over but it also shifts the title/subtitle over too so it doesn't actually solve the problem. Thanks again
  11. Issues with 'worldwithcountries' map

    Hey Ayan, Thanks for the response. The issue with Greenland seems to be resolution-based (of the chart itself). Here is what it looks like at a different size (notice the single thin white object in the middle of it rather than covering one half): Reducing the size further seems to fix it so perhaps I'll just mess with that. Unfortunately, the margin attributes shift the title/subtitle as well so that it's just the same situation but everything is moved over (so I can either get the map to be centered or the title but not both)... this is the same in all browsers so I don't think it's intended but I could be wrong... do you have any other ideas on this? The copied fiddle example has this issue as well (for me at least). Also, do you know why the black-coloured countries do not show up as the intended colour (#FF0000)? This issue is also present in the copied fiddle example. Thanks!
  12. Hi there, I've run into a couple of issues with the 'worldwithcountries' map and was hoping to get some help. Adding a subtitle messes up the colouring of Greenland on Chrome (seen below). This does not happen in FF. Removing the subtitle 'fixes' it. The alignment of the actual map is over very far to the left. Is there any way to center this? I am trying to display a number of countries with red colouring but they are coming out as black. Is it because the values are 0? Any help would be appreciated! Thanks var chartHeight = '550'; var chart = new FusionCharts({ type: 'worldwithcountries', renderAt: 'chart', dataFormat: 'json', dataSource: 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width: '100%', height: chartHeight }); chart.render();
  13. Possible to force last data point labels?

    Hey Ayan, Thanks for the reply. Yes, that is one possible solution. I will give that a try. But no, I don't need to show all labels of course. The only suggestion I have would be to improve the show/hide label algorithm to always show the first and last labels and fill in the rest as is possible as this would make for a much better default I think. I don't see any downside to this as it's currently random based on chart width and # of data points. [edit] The method you describe would effectively involve us writing the algorithm that we'd like to see as the default, just FYI.
  14. Possible to force last data point labels?

    I had heard that setting canvaspadding to 0 will do it but it only works for the first label, and the last label is never shown (just barely). Example w/ slightly different data but using 'canvaspadding' => 0:
  15. Hi there, In the example below, the data runs to 2017-12-23 but the last label (on the right) says 2017-11-25. This confuses our users as these charts update weekly and sometimes they will think that the data is not recent when it is. Is there a way to force the first and last data point labels to ensure that it's known when the start and end dates are just by looking at the labels? Thanks!