PIe chart on IE9

Share RGraph:   To help my Google visibility (it can't get much worse!), if you like and use RGraph I'd appreciate it if you could link to me

« Back to message list

Enter your email address to get email updates on this topic. You can stop receiving updates by clicking the link in the update email messages.

Posted by Mukesh on 10th October 2013
Hi,

For only one value ex.(0,0,1) or(1) pie chart is unable to drawn in IE9.0.




Regards,
Mukesh
Posted by RGraph support on 10th October 2013
Hi there,

Works fine here:

www.rgraph.net/fiddle/view/a-pie-chart-with-0-values-in-ie

Make sure you're using the HTML5 DOCTYPE and the version of ExCanvas that was bundled with RGraph.


Richard, RGraph Support
Please remember to link to the RGraph website

Help support RGraph - single site license only £99
   www.rgraph.net/license#single-site
Posted by Enter your name... on 24th October 2013
Hi,


For IE9.0 if there is no need of excanvas.js. If I do not excanvas.js or comment as you have used then it showing no canvas support in my code.It is working in your example but my code is not working.what is wrong?I am using excanvas.js that was bundled with RGraph.


Regards,
Mukesh
Posted by RGraph Support on 24th October 2013
Hi there,

To switch IE9 into "HTML5" mode you need to use the HTML5 doctype:

<!DOCTYPE html >


Richard, RGraph Support
Please remember to link to the RGraph website

Help support RGraph - single site license only £99
    www.rgraph.net/license#single-site
Posted by Mukesh on 24th October 2013
Hi,

I am using <!DOCTYPE html >.


Thanks and Regards,
vrushali
Posted by RGraph Support on 24th October 2013
Hi there,

Then try using the source of one of the basic examples as a starting point:

www.rgraph.net/docs/basic-pie.html



Richard, RGraph Support
Please remember to link to the RGraph website

Help support RGraph - single site license only £99
    www.rgraph.net/license#single-site

Add a reply




« Back to message list