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IE10 and 3D Pie Chart Problem


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I've created a simple animated 3d pie chart that works fine in IE9 and Chrome. When I run this within IE10 the pie chart is incorrectly drawn with a portion of it missing. Is this a known issue or is there something I'm not setting in my code? 

Code below...

 

 var pieChart = new cfx.Chart();pieChart.getAnimations().getLoad().setEnabled(true);

  pieChart.setGallery(cfx.Gallery.Pie);

  pieChart.getView3D().setEnabled(true);


  var dataFields = pieChart.getDataSourceSettings().getFields();

  var field1 = new cfx.FieldMap();

  var field2 = new cfx.FieldMap();

  var field3 = new cfx.FieldMap();

  var field4 = new cfx.FieldMap();


  field1.setName("divisionName");

  field1.setUsage(cfx.FieldUsage.Label);

  dataFields.add(field1);


  field2.setName("divisionPercent");

  field2.setUsage(cfx.FieldUsage.Value);

  dataFields.add(field2);


  field3.setName("divisionValue");

  field3.setUsage(cfx.FieldUsage.NotUsed);

  dataFields.add(field3);

  

  field4.setName("numinstructions");

  field4.setUsage(cfx.FieldUsage.NotUsed);

  dataFields.add(field4);

    

  pieChart.getDataSourceSettings().setDataSource(pieData);


  pieChart.getAllSeries().getPointLabels().setVisible(true);


  var heading = new cfx.Title;

  heading.setText("Year to date by Division (%)");

  pieChart.getTitles().add(heading);


  var divHolder = document.getElementById('piechart');

  pieChart.create(divHolder); 

 

Regards

 

Colin

 

 

 

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We are testing internally a fix for this issue, it seems to be a weird issue where IE10 seems to run incorrectly code that looks like the following

    iSig = 1;
    for (j = nFirst,i = 0; i < total; i++, j += (pointCount + iSig)) {
        j = j % pointCount;
        // Other code here with a couple of continue statements
        // and a statement that sets iSig to -1
    }
 
The strangest part is that this code is used to paint the pie slices regardless of the animation settings, but when run multiple times it seems to "optimize" the j+= statement so it does not picks up the change to iSig.
 
Somehow this seems to fix it.

    iSig = 1;
    for (j = nFirst - iSig,i = 0; i < total; i++) {
        j = j + (pointCount + iSig);
        j = j % pointCount;
        // Other code here with a couple of continue statements
        // and a statement that sets iSig to -1
    }

We will post more info as soon as we determine whether this was in fact the issue.

JuanC
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