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    MX Graphs - Highstock Vs jpgraph

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    MX Graphs - Highstock Vs jpgraph

    Post by Big Daddy » Fri 06 Sep 2019 10:56 am

    I have been running Highstock for my graphs in MX since I moved from Cumulus 1 and its all been working fine. All the files are on my hosting providers server and they run ok with no problem.

    I recently decided to try and implement the "pop-ups" on my Steel Series Gauges and although I get the popup, when I enable to show graphs I have no graph. I understand that the files are generated on the server from the json files downloaded from MX but is there a way using highstock to generate the images to display on my gauges or do I need to be looking at jpgraph to do this.

    Thanks
    Andy

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    Re: MX Graphs - Highstock Vs jpgraph

    Post by mcrossley » Mon 16 Sep 2019 10:27 am

    There isn't any way of using highcharts that I know of. They need to be rendered in a browser, doing that on the server then saving to an image file would be tricky.

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    Re: MX Graphs - Highstock Vs jpgraph

    Post by Big Daddy » Mon 16 Sep 2019 2:24 pm

    Thanks Mark.

    When I get the time I will look at jpgraphs

    Andy

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