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  1. I recently upgraded from FusionCharts 3.2.1 to XT. I followed the instructions here, including the instructions relate to FusionWidgets: and am using the following line to render JS charts by default: FusionCharts.setCurrentRenderer('javascript'); Previously, our system was set up to render Flash charts from XML data, and I haven't changed any of the existing code. I'm now seeing the following error in the console, on a page that renders a number of angular gauges: Uncaught ReferenceError: parseTooltext is not defined FusionCharts.HC.Widgets.js:193 p.series FusionCharts.HC.Widgets.js:193 p.chart FusionCharts.HC.Widgets.js:120 R.init FusionCharts.HC.js:521 p.init FusionCharts.HC.Widgets.js:105 g.createChart FusionCharts.HC.js:460 j.extend.render FusionCharts.HC.js:782 a.renderer.render FusionCharts.js:56 a.extend.render FusionCharts.js:64 dash.renderXML dashboard.js:40 (anonymous function) dashboard.js:227 c jquery-1.10.2.js:3048 p.fireWith jquery-1.10.2.js:3160 k jquery-1.10.2.js:8235 r jquery-1.10.2.js:8778 dash.renderXML (dashboard.js, line 40) calls chart.setDataXml() with the following xml: <?xml version="1.0" encoding="utf-8"?> <chart showLimits="0" showAboutMenuItem="0" chartRightMargin="8" lowerLimit="-100" clickURL="JavaScript:dash.change_metric(0);" gaugeEndAngle="0" tickValueStep="1" bgColor="ffffff" tickValueDistance="14" autoScale="0" palette="1" gaugeStartAngle="180" showTickValues="1" chartTopMargin="5" exportEnabled="1" chartLeftMargin="8" chartBottomMargin="5" showBorder="0" imageSaveURL="/data/image" exportFormats="PNG=Save as Image" decimals="1" showTickMarks="1" upperLimit="100"> <colorRange> <color code="FFFFFF" maxValue="-15.6" minValue="-100.0"/> <color code="FF0000" maxValue="1.7" minValue="-15.6"/> <color code="f2f20c" maxValue="14.5" minValue="1.7"/> <color code="0cf20c" maxValue="62.2" minValue="14.5"/> <color code="FFFFFF" maxValue="100.0" minValue="62.2"/> </colorRange> <dials> <dial rearExtension="5" toolText=" 62.2" id="brand1" value="62.2"/> </dials> <trendpoints> <point color="666666" alpha="100" thickness="2" startValue="7.21319806914" displayValue=" "/> </trendpoints> <styles> <definition> <style bgColor="ffffff" type="font" name="defaultfont"/> </definition> <application> <apply toObject="value" styles="defaultfont"/> <apply toObject="limitvalues" styles="defaultfont"/> </application> </styles> </chart> dashboard.js, line 227 is the line that calls this function. The gauges are not being rendered; they just show up as blank boxes. Any idea where this error might be coming from or how to fix it? Thanks!
  2. I recently upgraded from FusionCharts 3.2.1 to XT. I have followed the instructions here: and am using the following line to render JS charts by default: FusionCharts.setCurrentRenderer('javascript'); Previously, our system was set up to render Flash charts from XML data, and I haven't changed any of the existing code. Now, our zoomline chart is not rendering correctly. Screenshot of chart before upgrade: Screenshot of broken chart after upgrade: In the console, I see the following error: Uncaught TypeError: Cannot read property 'data' of undefined FusionCharts.js:26 This is the XML being passed to the chart: <?xml version="1.0" encoding="utf-8"?> <chart showLegend="1" showAboutMenuItem="0" anchorAlpha="0" formatNumber="1" drawAnchors="0" showShadow="1" showDivLineSecondaryValue="0" showSecondaryLimits="0" setAdaptiveYMin="1" lineThickness="2" exportEnabled="1" showYAxisValues="1" canvasBorderColor="99978A" baseFontColor="666666" showToolTip="1" plotSpacePercent="70" showPlotBorder="0" labelStep="10" showValues="0" setAdaptiveSYMin="0" adjustDiv="0" connectNullData="1" xAxisName="Latest data is from 01/31/2013" seriesNameInToolTip="1" labelDisplay="WRAP" chartTopMargin="40" pixelsPerPoint="1" decimals="1" imageSaveURL="/data/image" formatNumberScale="0" exportFormats="PNG=Save as Image" drawToolbarButtons="0" yAxisName="Score"> <categories> <category label="01/01/2013"/> <category label="01/02/2013"/> <category label="01/03/2013"/> <category label="01/04/2013"/> <category label="01/05/2013"/> <category label="01/06/2013"/> <category label="01/07/2013"/> <category label="01/08/2013"/> <category label="01/09/2013"/> <category label="01/10/2013"/> <category label="01/11/2013"/> <category label="01/12/2013"/> <category label="01/13/2013"/> <category label="01/14/2013"/> <category label="01/15/2013"/> <category label="01/16/2013"/> <category label="01/17/2013"/> <category label="01/18/2013"/> <category label="01/19/2013"/> <category label="01/20/2013"/> <category label="01/21/2013"/> <category label="01/22/2013"/> <category label="01/23/2013"/> <category label="01/24/2013"/> <category label="01/25/2013"/> <category label="01/26/2013"/> <category label="01/27/2013"/> <category label="01/28/2013"/> <category label="01/29/2013"/> <category label="01/30/2013"/> <category label="01/31/2013"/> </categories> <dataset color="cd905c" seriesname="Toys &quot;R&quot; Us, Buzz"> <set value="15.0" toolText="Toys "R" Us, Buzz, 2013-01-01, 15.0"/> <set value="11.7" toolText="Toys "R" Us, Buzz, 2013-01-02, 11.7"/> <set value="16.9" toolText="Toys "R" Us, Buzz, 2013-01-03, 16.9"/> <set value="14.1" toolText="Toys "R" Us, Buzz, 2013-01-04, 14.1"/> <set value="13.9" toolText="Toys "R" Us, Buzz, 2013-01-05, 13.9"/> <set value="7.4" toolText="Toys "R" Us, Buzz, 2013-01-06, 7.4"/> <set value="6.0" toolText="Toys "R" Us, Buzz, 2013-01-07, 6.0"/> <set value="6.2" toolText="Toys "R" Us, Buzz, 2013-01-08, 6.2"/> <set value="9.6" toolText="Toys "R" Us, Buzz, 2013-01-09, 9.6"/> <set value="13.3" toolText="Toys "R" Us, Buzz, 2013-01-10, 13.3"/> <set value="14.2" toolText="Toys "R" Us, Buzz, 2013-01-11, 14.2"/> <set value="13.0" toolText="Toys "R" Us, Buzz, 2013-01-12, 13.0"/> <set value="10.2" toolText="Toys "R" Us, Buzz, 2013-01-13, 10.2"/> <set value="9.0" toolText="Toys "R" Us, Buzz, 2013-01-14, 9.0"/> <set value="9.0" toolText="Toys "R" Us, Buzz, 2013-01-15, 9.0"/> <set value="8.8" toolText="Toys "R" Us, Buzz, 2013-01-16, 8.8"/> <set value="7.9" toolText="Toys "R" Us, Buzz, 2013-01-17, 7.9"/> <set value="5.9" toolText="Toys "R" Us, Buzz, 2013-01-18, 5.9"/> <set value="6.5" toolText="Toys "R" Us, Buzz, 2013-01-19, 6.5"/> <set value="7.2" toolText="Toys "R" Us, Buzz, 2013-01-20, 7.2"/> <set value="9.6" toolText="Toys "R" Us, Buzz, 2013-01-21, 9.6"/> <set value="10.6" toolText="Toys "R" Us, Buzz, 2013-01-22, 10.6"/> <set value="10.9" toolText="Toys "R" Us, Buzz, 2013-01-23, 10.9"/> <set value="9.8" toolText="Toys "R" Us, Buzz, 2013-01-24, 9.8"/> <set value="6.1" toolText="Toys "R" Us, Buzz, 2013-01-25, 6.1"/> <set value="4.3" toolText="Toys "R" Us, Buzz, 2013-01-26, 4.3"/> <set value="6.1" toolText="Toys "R" Us, Buzz, 2013-01-27, 6.1"/> <set value="9.4" toolText="Toys "R" Us, Buzz, 2013-01-28, 9.4"/> <set value="10.2" toolText="Toys "R" Us, Buzz, 2013-01-29, 10.2"/> <set value="7.8" toolText="Toys "R" Us, Buzz, 2013-01-30, 7.8"/> <set value="5.2" toolText="Toys "R" Us, Buzz, 2013-01-31, 5.2"/> </dataset> <dataset color="1875bb" seriesname="Ford, Buzz"> <set value="30.6" toolText="Ford, Buzz, 2013-01-01, 30.6"/> <set value="30.5" toolText="Ford, Buzz, 2013-01-02, 30.5"/> <set value="29.0" toolText="Ford, Buzz, 2013-01-03, 29.0"/> <set value="35.1" toolText="Ford, Buzz, 2013-01-04, 35.1"/> <set value="35.6" toolText="Ford, Buzz, 2013-01-05, 35.6"/> <set value="37.6" toolText="Ford, Buzz, 2013-01-06, 37.6"/> <set value="31.6" toolText="Ford, Buzz, 2013-01-07, 31.6"/> <set value="31.2" toolText="Ford, Buzz, 2013-01-08, 31.2"/> <set value="30.4" toolText="Ford, Buzz, 2013-01-09, 30.4"/> <set value="31.0" toolText="Ford, Buzz, 2013-01-10, 31.0"/> <set value="28.8" toolText="Ford, Buzz, 2013-01-11, 28.8"/> <set value="35.7" toolText="Ford, Buzz, 2013-01-12, 35.7"/> <set value="36.1" toolText="Ford, Buzz, 2013-01-13, 36.1"/> <set value="38.1" toolText="Ford, Buzz, 2013-01-14, 38.1"/> <set value="31.3" toolText="Ford, Buzz, 2013-01-15, 31.3"/> <set value="31.6" toolText="Ford, Buzz, 2013-01-16, 31.6"/> <set value="32.0" toolText="Ford, Buzz, 2013-01-17, 32.0"/> <set value="33.9" toolText="Ford, Buzz, 2013-01-18, 33.9"/> <set value="36.0" toolText="Ford, Buzz, 2013-01-19, 36.0"/> <set value="39.1" toolText="Ford, Buzz, 2013-01-20, 39.1"/> <set value="37.1" toolText="Ford, Buzz, 2013-01-21, 37.1"/> <set value="34.9" toolText="Ford, Buzz, 2013-01-22, 34.9"/> <set value="30.9" toolText="Ford, Buzz, 2013-01-23, 30.9"/> <set value="33.4" toolText="Ford, Buzz, 2013-01-24, 33.4"/> <set value="36.8" toolText="Ford, Buzz, 2013-01-25, 36.8"/> <set value="39.3" toolText="Ford, Buzz, 2013-01-26, 39.3"/> <set value="36.9" toolText="Ford, Buzz, 2013-01-27, 36.9"/> <set value="33.8" toolText="Ford, Buzz, 2013-01-28, 33.8"/> <set value="31.6" toolText="Ford, Buzz, 2013-01-29, 31.6"/> <set value="28.1" toolText="Ford, Buzz, 2013-01-30, 28.1"/> <set value="27.2" toolText="Ford, Buzz, 2013-01-31, 27.2"/> </dataset> <styles> <definition> <style type="font" name="CaptionFont" size="12"/> </definition> <application> <apply toObject="caption" styles="CaptionFont"/> </application> </styles> </chart> Any ideas on where to start debugging this one? Any advice would be helpful. Thanks!
  3. I recently upgraded from FusionCharts 3.2.1 to XT. I followed the instructions here: and am using the following line to render JS charts by default: FusionCharts.setCurrentRenderer('javascript'); Previously, our system was set up to render Flash charts from XML data, and I haven't changed any of the existing code. In our radar chart, I'm now seeing random yellow and green borders in the chart, which previously defaulted to blue and red. No color settings have been changed in the code. Correct borders (before upgrade): Wrong borders (after upgrade): When I inspect the element in Chrome's dev tools, this is the blue area w/yellow border: <path fill="#1875bb" stroke="#f6bd0f" d="M405,188.00464285714287L257.2115117711864,153.14261345436068L232.51679834241202,310.3681652202647L331.6978216117407,423.2135418385827L479.1992330188848,425.07629497297097L597.9277881645809,315.03450867709086L560.1779126402544,147.24974412707877Z" stroke-opacity="1" fill-opacity="0.3" stroke-width="2" style=""></path> Red w/green border: <path fill="#ff0000" stroke="#8bba00" d="M405,259.48107142857145L383.293565791393,253.68969635110923L383.1156538798386,275.99495919322226L399.6176722162467,282.1765188063295L415.3802035829528,292.55471484077833L419.6855480543188,274.35188051124123L423.2426415157442,256.45197884827263Z" stroke-opacity="1" fill-opacity="0.3" stroke-width="2" style=""></path> This is the XML being passed to the chart: <?xml version='1.0' encoding='utf-8'?> <chart showLegend='1' showAboutMenuItem='0' showToolTip='1' seriesNameInToolTip='1' exportEnabled='1' plotFillAlpha='30' radarFillColor='FFFFFF' imageSaveURL='/data/image' exportFormats='PNG=Save as Image' decimals='1' subcaption='Latest data is from 03/11/2014'> <categories> <category label="Buzz"/> <category label="Impression"/> <category label="Quality"/> <category label="Value"/> <category label="Reputation"/> <category label="Satisfaction"/> <category label="Recommend"/> </categories> <dataset plotBorderThickness='0' anchorAlpha='0' plotFillAlpha='20' color='000000' seriesname='' plotBorderAlpha='0'> <set /> <set /> <set /> <set /> <set /> <set /> <set /> </dataset> <dataset plotBorderThickness='2' anchorAlpha='100' plotFillAlpha='10' color='1875bb' seriesname='' plotBorderAlpha='100'> <set value='28.1'/> <set value='64.0'/> <set value='59.9'/> <set value='57.2'/> <set value='57.9'/> <set value='67.0'/> <set value='67.2'/> </dataset> <dataset plotBorderThickness='2' anchorAlpha='100' plotFillAlpha='10' color='ff0000' seriesname='Sector Median' plotBorderAlpha='100'> <set value='3.9'/> <set value='9.4'/> <set value='7.6'/> <set value='4.2'/> <set value='8.1'/> <set value='5.1'/> <set value='7.9'/> </dataset> <styles> <definition> <style color='000000' size='10' type='font' bold='1' name='boldfont' /> <style color='000000' size='10' type='font' bold='0' name='defaultfont' /> </definition> <application> <apply toObject='CAPTION' styles='boldfont' /> <apply toObject='XAXISNAME' styles='defaultfont' /> <apply toObject='YAXISNAME' styles='defaultfont' /> </application> </styles> </chart> Any idea why these border colors changed randomly? Do I now need to specify the color explicitly? Please let me know how to fix. Thanks!