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Have been using scatter chart for some time, and a new requirement to use the zoomscatter has come up and upon changing the type to zoomscatter I get this error: Uncaught (in promise) Error: Error: Loading chunk 9 failed. (error: fusioncharts.zoomscatter.js) at HTMLScriptElement.a (VM3779 fusioncharts.js:13) at VM3779 fusioncharts.js:13 We are currently using FusionCharts XT Enterprise and at version 3.13.4. I've tried using the data from the sample just to rule out an issue with my data. Again this works fine with the regular scatter chart. Any help would be appreciated.
aboli23 posted a topic in Bug ReportsThe custom tooltext added to the zoomscatter plots appears fine as long as the page on which they are rendered is not scrolled. When the page is scrolled, the same tooltip (when hovered over the anchor at a specific point), now appears at random places and sometimes even shows up outside the chart container. Attaching a screenshot of the said bug before and after scrolling. Find the same code at https://jsfiddle.net/aboli23/n6a5tua2/1/ written for demo purpose. Thanks!
When I hover over the centre of the dot the tooltip is in the correct position but when I hover over the edge of the dot the tooltip renders further up the page and outside the chart element. Hovering over centre: Hovering over edge:
I am trying to create a scatter chart that also has a trend line following it. In some cases, for example in the image, the trend line is not linear. I know I can replicate this example in a normal scatter chart, by adding the trend data to the dataset and setting drawLine=1 and drawAnchor=0, but I need the zoom functionality for my application. Is there a way to add this sort of line to a zoomscatter chart (or another chart with zoom functionality). Also of note is that the datasets I will be representing typically do not have a common set of x values, which as far as I can tell rules out the use of a chart that relies on categories for the x value.