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  1. Invalid Property Value

    Hi, I am using IE11 but in IE7 mode. The chart runs fine in any other mode, but I'm getting this error: I've searched the forum for the SCRIPT380 error and only found a user who was having an issue with a style tag. At the moment, my page and chart are unstyled, so cant think what it might be? Any ideas? Thanks Matt
  2. Angular Plugin and ie8

    Hi, I am trying to get the Angular plugin to work for ie8. I am using Angular 1.2.28. Any advice? Thanks!
  3. Pie2D small chart size

    Hello, I've been using fusioncharts 3.9 and have encountered my data portion of my pie charts are very small when I set the size of the chart to '100%', '100%'. The chart, including of the background, is the size of the parent div, but the pie chart itself is so small as to be unusable. Any help would be appreciated. Thank you.
  4. Hello; When attempting to draw a trendline on a chart of type "MSStackedColumn2DLineDY" with Animation = 1 running in Internet Explorer 8 compatibility mode (IE11 emulating IE8) the trendlines disappear after being drawn. I am using v3.9. Is this a known issue with a fix in the works? Thanks.
  5. I have a page with several graphs on it and I have functions bound to the window resize event to redraw each of the graphs if the user resizes the browser. This works OK on Firefox, Chrome and IE 9+, but on IE 8 the act of rendering the charts apparently triggers further resize events... which triggers more chart redraws, resulting in an infinite loop and a browser that is dead in the water. I have recently upgraded from Fusion Charts 3.2.4 to 3.6.0, and the problem did not happen in the old version. Is this a known issue? Is there a workaround?
  6. I have updated fusion charts from V3.2.1 to newest version fusion charts XT. But when I test it on windows 2003 and windows XP the performance in IE8 was extremely slow,the scroll bar moves after I dragged for seconds. High version IE or other browsers went well,and high version system has no problem either even in IE8. Before I updated,it will render flash in IE8 and it was very fast,is there anyway to solve this problem or some setting that can make it render by using flash as old version?
  7. hello, I have a series of webpages that use RealTimeArea.swf to graph the number of calls coming in. In IE8 and 9, the chart fills the whole space, but in IE 10, 11, chrome and firefox, the chart only uses 1/2 of the space. We are using the flash render of Fusion for all of this. I have enclosed an image of both, and a copy of the code that we use to create and populate it with data. is there a setting that we are missing? we are using flash Thanks Geordi fusion chart code.txt
  8. I am working with FusionMaps XT v3.3.1 rendering JavaScript-only maps in the following fashion: first rendering a global map with countries, which has one linked map for the United States (showing each state). The issue I'm seeing is that when I try to render the initial map, which loads up the global map with countries, it works fine in all browsers except for IE8. In IE8, the browser waits a few moments (about 12 seconds) and then displays the following message: Stop running this script? A script on this page is causing Internet Explorer to run slowly. If it continues to run, your computer might become unresponsive. If I comment out the chart's rendering function call within my script the page displays normally and quickly without this message showing up. What should I do to either further troubleshoot this issue or (hopefully) resolve it?