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Hello, I'm trying to format the maxValues found in the color range object. I'd like them to include commas as thousands separators. If I supply the values pre-formatted (with commas), the map gives me unexpected results. Please check out my fiddle. Specifically, I'd like the maxValues 1470 and 7042 to have comma seperators. Thanks, Emilio
I am working with a FusionCharts gantt chart. My customer is interested in having the tasks for each project line item indented. It looks like some industry gantt charts indent tasks associated with a project, while other gantt charts do not. FusionCharts seems to be one of those charts that doesn't. I was able to set the main project row to have a bold font, using the isBold option when I create my processes json. I did not see any other options for text formatting that could help me force an indent of the subsequent tasks associated with the project row. I tried using escape characters, spaces ( ), and regular spaces, tabs (\t), none of these had any luck. The spaces ( ) actually showed up on the gantt chart infront of the task names. Interestingly enough, when I did use escaped tabs or spaces, the tooltip that popped up when I put my mouse over the task row was indented, but the actual task on the gantt chart was not indented at all, or displayed the space characters ( ). Is there any tag or formatting I can apply to my task names to get them indented, while leaving my rows with the project names not indented and bold?
When trying to export chart data as CSV, using the getCSVData() method, I have set exportDataFormattedVal:1 so that my output maintains the formatting shown on the chart. This issue is that the output format for data in the secondary axis is formatted using the settings for data linked to the primary axis. For example, the following data has:- primary axis:(decimal:2, numberSuffix:" AUD"), secondary axis:(sdecimals:0, sNumberSuffix:"") The data is formatted like this: CSV Data (as output by FC): "Hour","Client Cost","Call Centre" "07:00","0.00 AUD","11.00 AUD" "08:00","5,446.53 AUD","56.00 AUD" "09:00","20,971.23 AUD","248.00 AUD" "10:00","21,461.76 AUD","281.00 AUD" It should be formatted like this: CSV Data (as it should be formatted / how it is formatted in the chart): "Hour","Client Cost","Call Centre" "07:00","0.00 AUD","11" "08:00","5,446.53 AUD","56" "09:00","20,971.23 AUD","248" "10:00","21,461.76 AUD","281" I am using v3.10.1.