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nrap
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Bugs!

Post by nrap » Tue Jan 15, 2008 3:30 pm

As everything else new there are always bugs! :)

Suppose we need a pie chart with background color. If we set the background color for labels to i.e. cyan, and the background of the area to cyan as well, we shouldn't have anything in White color.

Check example here:

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chart.apis.google.com/chart?chf=bg,s,8ef1fd|c,s,8ef1fd&chco=b00404&chl=Local[14]|Long+Distance[122]|Vodafone[19]|Cosmote[45]|TIM[12]&chtt=Total+Calls+Count&cht=p&chs=600x300&chd=t:14,122,19,45,12
In our case, we see that everything changes into Cyan but the labels of the pie remain with white background.

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<local_server>/eastwood/chart?chf=bg,s,8ef1fd|c,s,8ef1fd&chco=b00404&chl=Local[14]|Long+Distance[122]|Vodafone[19]|Cosmote[45]|TIM[12]&chtt=Total+Calls+Count&cht=p&chs=600x300&chd=t:14,122,19,45,12
Still very happy with the result and the application though!!!
Keep up the good work. :D

nrap
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Post by nrap » Tue Jan 15, 2008 4:47 pm

Messy solution ( I'm only using PieCharts for now)

At ChartServlet.java line 793 add

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 if (chart.getPlot() instanceof PiePlot3D) {
     	((PiePlot3D)chart.getPlot()).setLabelBackgroundPaint(c);
 }else if (chart.getPlot() instanceof PiePlot) {
        	((PiePlot)chart.getPlot()).setLabelBackgroundPaint(c);
 }

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Post by david.gilbert » Tue Jan 15, 2008 4:56 pm

Thanks for the report. I've added this to the bug tracker:

http://sourceforge.net/tracker/index.ph ... id=1022207

I didn't look at this closely yet, but maybe setting the label background paint to null is a good solution?
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nrap
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Post by nrap » Wed Jan 16, 2008 8:32 am

Look at that...
It is a good solution (and much simpler than mine!)
thanx!

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