interactivityEnabled: Boolean

Enables / Disables Chart interactivity like toolTip, mouse and touch events


Default: true
Example: false, true



var  chart =  new  CanvasJS.Chart("container",
{
 .
 .
 interactivityEnabled: false,
 .
 .
});
chart.render();


Try it Yourself by Editing the Code below.



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Comments 7

  1. Hi, i am using your charts and they are quite awesome 🙂

    Now, here is the issue i am facing.
    “Due to touch events being registered when trying to it’s not possible to scroll past the chart.” . i overcome this using
    interactivityEnabled: false;

    But, i want to make markers clickable. how i can do that ?

    • Rehan,

      We’ve had once handled this issue in the past. May I know which device & browser you are using. Also let us know the CanvasJS version that you are using.

      Lets move this discussion to forum. Please reply back here.


      Sunil Urs

      • No, let me explain, again.
        in your above example, just set

        interactivityEnabled: false,

        now , graph work perfectly in all deceives BUT, ‘onclick’ event is disabled. i want ‘click’ enabled’ on markers. i am using graph type ‘splineArea’

  2. Is there a way to have interactivity disabled and still have the legends show? This might sound contradicting so let me explain a bit.

    Basically we like the charts and the hover information, we just don’t want the user to be able to click the pie and explode the slices. I’ve looked at adding a click event to each datapoint and setting the explode to false for the datapoint every click, but no luck.

    Any information to help me?

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