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  1. Hi folks, In our ideal world, we would like to have FusionCharts show up in an HTML5 Canvas element of our page. However, I understand that everything in the Canvas element must be drawn on the Context as an SVG. Although FusionCharts is an SVG, it is wrapped in a Span element. Additionally, to use the Canvas element, you must get a context. You draw to this context. Typical Canvas-related code: var example = document.getElementById('example'); // canvas id = 'example' var context = example.getContext('2d'); // Getting the Context for the Canvas context.fillStyle = 'red'; context.fillRect(30, 30, 50, 50); You can then draw on the Canvas using the Context as above. Whereas, we usually render FC as follows: var myChart = new FusionCharts( "FusionCharts/Column3D", "myChartId", "400", "300", "0", "1" ); myChart.setXMLUrl("Data.xml"); myChart.render("example"); // But you cannot render to a Canvas element Is it possible to get a FusionChart to show up as a pure SVG, or otherwise workaround this? I have tried tricking the system, but no luck so far. Ironically, the Javascript version of FusionCharts is referred to as both the Canvas and the HTML5 version, but I am having trouble getting it to work within those bounds. Thanks, Rory (We own licensed versions of FusionCharts Suite XT)
  2. Hey, The pyramid chart animates and slices in flash just fine. But I am not getting the same behavior in javascript. Is this intentional? Do the pyramid charts in javascript support animation? I am having trouble finding the documentation for the pyramid or funnel chart. Thanks, Ben