Metergauge renderer not resizable when replotting.

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When I changed the dimensions of the plot target div ( with .width() and .height()) and I tried to replot the metergauge graph the graph is not fit to the div dimensions.

Comments (4)

  1. lledx

    Im also having this problem. Does anyone know if this is being worked on at the moment? Or if there is a quick fix to this?

  2. Paul Pritchard

    The resize example (http://www.jqplot.com/deploy/dist/examples/resizablePlot.html) shows calling replot with resetAxes: true:

        $('#resizable2').bind('resizestop', function(event, ui) {
            $('#chart2').height($('#resizable2').height()*0.96);
            $('#chart2').width($('#resizable2').width()*0.96);
            plot2.replot({resetAxes:true});
        });
    

    However, since a MeterGauge doesn't have axes, this doesn't work. Instead, it will resize if you pass pretty much any other option, like this:

    $('#resizable2').bind('resizestop', function(event, ui) {
        $('#chart2').height($('#resizable2').height()*0.96);
        $('#chart2').width($('#resizable2').width()*0.96);
        plot2.replot({showTicks: true});
    });
    
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