MGS_Sebastien

Sum values of stackedbar2d not centered

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Hi all,

I have noticed a pro blem that occurs in stackedbar2d graph. The values that are showed by "showSum" property are not aligned at middle (vertically) like below. I know that I can use annotations for this sum too but it could be centered with the native option directly.

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Have a nice day,

Sébastien

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Hi Sebastien,

 

Please check the below sample and the screenshot of the "stackedbar2d" chart type displaying the summed values aligned at the center, natively. Please let us know which version your are using, and also kindly check using the latest version that is 3.13.3-sr.1.

Sample : http://jsfiddle.net/krst5xp4/2/

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Thanks,

Akash.

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Hi Sebastien,

 

Thanks for pointing this, we were able to replicate the issue in Stacked bar chart when "stack100percent" is set to "1". So, we have logged this as an issue internally, and the concerned team will be working on it. We will keep you posted with the updates.

 

Thanks,

Akash.

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Hi Sebastien,

 

Hope you are keeping well! Thank you for your continued patience.

For the issue reported, could you please upgrade your current version to the latest, i.e, FusionCharts Suite XT v3.14.0?

To avail the licensed release, you would need to re-download the entire package from the My Orders section of FusionCharts Product Update Center. PUC URL: https://puc.fusioncharts.com/

To download the Evaluation version of FusionCharts Suite XT v3.14.0, please visit the link: https://www.fusioncharts.com/download/fusioncharts-suite-xt?framework=js

We would love to have your feedback. If you need any further assistance, please do drop us a mail.

 

Thanks,

Akash.

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