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  • in reply to: graph height collapses with one point #32677

    This is intermittent. Starting last Thursday, it stopped doing it. Today, it’s back. Seriously! This was observed both my local dev environment and on a web server where the code has not changed. So the new workaround is to never try to display one point! ugh.

    in reply to: graph height collapses with one point #32501

    Workaround is to add 111 to height if only one point

    in reply to: CanvasJS with vuejs using webpack #29107

    @manoj-mohan,
    Thanks for the quick response. It didn’t fix my problem, but at least it let me know what my problem wasn’t. I was able to figure out what the issue was through trial and error. It seems to be a conflict with Prettier.
    Replicate like this:
    vue create pretty
    Manually select features.
    To keep things simple as possible I selected only “Linter / Formatter”
    When prompted to pick a linter, select ESLint + Prettier
    I kept the defaults for the rest. Here’s the summary for the create command:
    Vue CLI v4.3.1
    ? Please pick a preset: Manually select features
    ? Check the features needed for your project: Linter
    ? Pick a linter / formatter config: Prettier
    ? Pick additional lint features: Lint on save
    ? Where do you prefer placing config for Babel, ESLint, etc.? In dedicated config files
    ? Save this as a preset for future projects? (y/N)

    Then I copied the ChartComponent.vue file and canvasjs.min.js from your sample into the project and added the ChartComponent to App.vue, placing it right after the HelloWorld component in the template.

    When I run “npm run serve” or “npm run build” the process locks up. Ctr-C does not even kill it. I have to go to task manager to kill the node.exe process that was launched.

    Everything works fine if I repeat this process, but select “ESLint with error prevention only” at the “Pick a linter” step.

    I was able to remove Prettier from my main project and display your CharComponent, so I’m good for now. If you get a chance to look at this closer and see a fix, let me know.
    Thanks,
    Jeff

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