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February 2016 (v4.61)
- Fixed a clipping bug with the outofboundsClip option and filled Line charts
- The RGraph blog now shows entries on a per-year basis instead of all on one page.
- The SVG Bar and HBar charts have had scale modifications done in order to better support different combinations of values (positive/negative etc). There are four new demos to illustrate the different combinations.
- Fixed a bug in the canvas Thermometer chart .getYCoord() function.
The SVG parseDate() function now handles lots of different formats. eg (this is not a comprehensive list):
- 2012-01-06 12:14:12
- 6 Jan 2012 12:14
- 31st January 2012 12:14:12
- 31st January 2012
- 31st January
- January 31
- 2012 January 31
- The installation/setup documentation has now been moved out of the canvas section and into its own folder (/install) as it applies to both SVG and canvas.
- Added the sticks label layout for Pie charts. There's a demo of them here. This new layout is now the default, but you can disable it by using the labelsSticks option.
- The SVG Bar chart, the SVG HBar chart and the Radar charts all now use the DOM2 addEventListener to add tooltip event listener functions instead of DOM1.
- The canvas HBar chart now supports growing to a particular dataset instead of always growing from zero.
- Added the Wave effect to the SVG Bar chart
- Added the Wave effect to the SVG Horizontal Bar chart
- Added and documented labelsAbove to the SVG Bar chart
- Added and documented labelsAbove to the SVG Horizontal Bar chart
- Added and documented labelsAbove to the SVG Line chart
- The SVG Pie chart now has a Donut chart option. You can see an example here.
- The SVG tooltips now no longer simply fade in - but using a CSS transition they slide from the previous tooltip position to the new. If there's no previous tooltip position then it slides to where it should be from the top left of the screen. As a result the tooltipEffect option has been removed.
Past release notes
The older release notes are below. If you want to get a feel for the history of RGraph and how its evolved the release notes are the way to do that.