JF

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  1. I am looking for similar functionality. As it stands now, a user clicks on an icon in a Legend to show / hide data plotted on a chart.

     

    Is there something in the FusionCharts API which provides a Javascript equivalent to this functionality, which could be invoked when, for instance, a checkbox or radio button is checked?


  2. I just tried this to resolve the same issue with our installation of FusionCharts 3.2.1, and while this does solve the bug of labels bunching up over the pie chart, now I have the "Fusion Charts - High Charts" watermark at the bottom of each pie chart. Where can I download the 3 JS files to correct this issue?


  3. This is fairly obscure, and I'm not sure how many of our users it actually affects, but here goes: we have FusionCharts charts sprinkled throughout our website, and have also deployed FusionBot Search, a site search engine which includes "search as you type" functionality. On Firefox and Chrome, we have no problems. On IE 6 and 7 however, any page that has both charts and search throws up an error box:

     

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    Internet Explorer cannot load the Internet site <URL>

     

    Operation aborted.

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    When the error message box is closed, the page then changes to IE's "page cannot be found" error message. Reading Microsoft's KB article 927917, it sounds like child container HTML element contains script is trying to to modify the parent container element of the child container. The script tries to modify the parent container element by using either the innerHTML method or the appendChild method.

     

    I'm wondering if anyone else has encountered the same issue, and what fix, short of commenting out code based on the browser, you employed.


  4. What sort of ETA are we looking at? Days? Weeks? Months?

     

     

     

    Have you been in contact with Adobe's Engineers? What are they telling you?

     

     

     

    Should customers be migrating to alternative solutions which are not dependent on the Adobe Flash Player, and are more browser-neutral, for example, Javascript-based alternatives like JSCharts or Highcharts?


  5. What sort of ETA are we looking at? Days? Weeks? Months?

     

     

     

    Have you been in contact with Adobe's Engineers? What are they telling you?

     

     

     

    Should customers be migrating to alternative solutions which are not dependent on the Adobe Flash Player, and are more browser-neutral, for example, Javascript-based alternatives like JSCharts or Highcharts?