Bar chart is not shown in Chrome 18

Anonymous avatarAnonymous created an issue

http://www.jqplot.com/tests/bar-charts.php - All of them looks like empty grid in Google Chrome 18 (previous versions works fine).

Actually I believe this is Chrome bug, but I hope there is some workaround.

Comments (10)

  1. Anonymous

    Hmm. There must be something other than just Chrome 18 involved. I'm on 18.0.1025.163 on OS X 10.6.8 and see those charts from that URL just fine.

  2. Indunil Ramadasa

    Having the same issue. Works fine in other browsers and previous versions of chrome. My current chrome version is 23.0.1271.95 m

    I upgraded both jQuery and jqPlot, the result is same.

  3. josefina_r

    I think this is related with the data. In my case I was using a DateAxisRenderer, but some dates were wrong (all zeros). Firefox or IE did not complain and show the chart just fine. Chrome was not showing the chart at all. I cleaned the data and now the charts are displaying in Chrome as well. Maybe this resolves your issue?

  4. Paul Pritchard

    I can't reproduce this...the charts are displaying correctly in Chrome (WIndows 8, Chrome 24.0.1312.57 m). Has anyone with the problem looked at the Console in the Chrome Developer Tools to see if any error is being reported?

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