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  1. Hi, We are an existing customer of Fusion Charts. We are in process of moving to the XT version so that we can make use of the javascript charts for iPad (in our hosted solution). I read in the documentation that I do not need to include the files- jquery.min.js, FusionCharts.HC.js and FusionCharts.HC.Charts.js, explicitly as long as I have included FusionCharts.js and also these files are present in the same folder as FusionCharts.js. This does not work for me. I checked in the console logs for web inspector (Safari) as well as the Firebug (Firefox). The url that FusionCharts.js tries to use to load the other javascript files is incorrect. I believe it's not able to resolve the url correctly or find the right url to use for resources (js, images etc.). I workaround this problem by including the other 3 js files explicitly in my code. Questions- ------------- Does this explicit inclusion of these files have a downside? Could this be fixed to dynamically load js files as stated in the documentation? Now the more critical part: we are using jquery-1.10.2.js in our application for certain widgets/components/utilities. FusionCharts also has a jquery file: jquery.min.js. I have no immediate way to test these together as these are developed in parallel and will be merged and released together. I have read a number of posts regarding similar scenarios on FusionCharts forum where people have complained about Charts not loading. I am afraid we might hit the same issue. Questions: ------------- Is there a sure shot way of avoiding this? Which verison of jquery is used by FusionCharts XT and will it conflict with 1.10.2 that we use? Can I avoid including jquery.min.js from the FusionCharts XT package and just rely on jquery-1.10.2.js that is used and loaded in almost every page of the application? Will really appreciate a quick response. Regards, Jitesh