.Set('units.post', ' °C')

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Posted by Toby on 13th May 2013
Hello

If
.Set('units.post', ' °C')
is specified, °C displayed, not the correct ASCII characters.

Thanks for the help.

Cheers
Tobais
Posted by RGraph support on 14th May 2013
Hi there,

You can select the correct character from the Character Map program that comes with windows ( Start -> Run -> "charmap" ). Keep in mind that HTML entities do not work when used in text on canvas.

PS - cheers!

Richard, RGraph Support
Posted by Toby on 14th May 2013
Hi Richard

Thanks for your explanation, I did not know that in canvas HTML specifications do not work.

in
. Set ('units.post', '& deg; C')
it works as desired. Is there no way to have the degree symbol in the Y-axis?

Thank you for your work! RGraph is a fantastic script, until I start to use it.
www.wetterstation-wohlen.ch/wetter.php?seite=statistiken/test2

Cheers
Tobias
Posted by RGraph support on 14th May 2013
Hi there,

Yes - you can have the degree symbol by getting the relevant character out of the Windows character map program.



Richard, RGraph Support

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