> Alejandro, do you have a moment to look at the bug this guy is
Sure. Found it here:
$plot = new PiePlot3D($ydata);
Don't know when this was changed. The problem is, when the user
selects 'pie', it will load only 'jpgraph_pie', but it also needs to
load 'jpgraph_pi3d'. There's 2 ways to fix:
1 - Change base_graph_display:80 to
$plot = new PiePlot($ydata);
2 - Change the function LoadGraphinLib to check if the $chart_style ==
"pie" and also loads pie3d.
As I don't have write permissions on CVS, couldn't commit the fix I
did (the 2nd option).
> Also Thom, this is the simplification stuff I was discussing with you.
> -----Forwarded Message-----
> > From: Ben Jsh <benjsh@...>
> > To: kjohnson@...
> > Subject: base 1.0.2
> > Date: Sat, 19 Feb 2005 08:21:45 -0500
> > Hi Kevin,
> > Good work on base 1.0.2!!
> > I just tested it however when I try to create Pie charts it do not work for some reason. It works in 1.0.1.
> > Some of the users on my network that use base also used acid before and I know it is same menu design as old acid with improvements.
> > But is it possible to improve the whole statistics graphics section to make it more easy to use for non technical people that just wants to get some nice statistics.
> > Also when i show to my boss here he do not understand most of it he says it is to geeky hehe
> > if you see my point to someway make it more easy to use.
> > So you jsut click and you dont have to set all the cordinates and make it more easy for normal users. Or maybe having 2 sections one section to create very easy statistics and one section to make the detailed ones where you can do all the coordinates and geek stuf ? :-)
> > Regards,
> > ben
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