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In earlier versions of jChart, we were using the API to set a series color. This was working so long as the series was not in the CSS file. In Version 7.4, we are noticing the API is not working at all, and the series are all white after trying to change them with the API. Can you help us understand what changed, if the API is still supported, or if this is a bug that was already fixed in a later release? Thanks in advance for the help!
Hi, I'm seeing a scrollbar in IE11 (edge mode) and I can't understand why (I posted about this earlier, but can't seem to edit my previous post so I reposted). Basically, the jchart graphs go to the edge of the screen, but there is extra whitespace to the right and bottom of the graphs so I get a scrollbar. Ideally, the scrollbar would only come in if the graph content is bigger than the size of the div. I have this working in a stand alone file example, but didn't post because it's rather large. Please help. Thanks, Jon Attachments.zip
Hi, I'm seeing a scrollbar (I've attached a screenshot) where I believe there shouldn't be one in IE11 (edge mode). All of the graphs are absolutely positioned, and have no padding. However, I still see the scrollbar. Ideally, I'd only see the scrollbar when the graph content is more than the div. PS I have a zip file working with this example, but it's quite large so I didn't post it. Please help out. Thanks, Jon
I know that the CSS is applied to the chart after the API values are set. If we set a value for something like a series color via the API, then we apply a stylesheet that DOES NOT have that property in it, does the setting from the API remain or is it cleared out to default values?