The January 2013 release of RGraph is now available. This release brings with it a significant increase in speed for effects.
This will be most notable in Firefox, Opera and Safari. Everything is affected - but you'll only really notice it if you use
effects. You can see the speed increase by comparing the old Bar chart Wave effect and the up-to-date one here:
The RGraph.DrawXAxis() and RGraph.DrawYAxis() functions have been extended with new options (and as of the February release
will be available as Drawing objects too). And the RGraph.ObjectRegistry.getObjectsByType() and RGraph.ObjectRegistry.getFirstObjectByType()
have had their argument lists updated - so now you just pass them the type you want.
The RGraph.getObjectsByType() and RGraph.getFirstObjectByType() ObjectRegistry methods have been updated. They now
accept just the desired type as the sole argument and return the applicable object(s).
The Bar chart chart.labels.colors and chart.ylabels.colors have been removed
Added chart.title option to the CornerGauge
The RGraph.DrawXAxis() function now has four new properties. You can also use either chart. (preferred) or axis. to prefix
The RGraph.DrawYAxis() function now has four new properties. You can also now use either chart. (preferred) or axis. to prefix
The Bar chart Wave effect has been rewritten and sped up - most noticeably in Firefox, Opera and Safari. You will probably
notice speed differences in all browsers though. This speed up will be most apparent in effects but anything that
uses text will benefit.
Added chart.labels.specific to the Gauge chart so that you can set your own labels
Added chart.noaxes to the Horizontal Bar chart
Added the Line chart Trace2 effect which achieves the same result as the Trace effect but using a different method
Added chart.angles.start and chart.angles.end to the Meter chart - please check your charts are as they should be