I did not exactly understand what you meant by “put value mask to REAL”. But if you just trying to format numbers with two decimal values, you can use Format String “#,##0.00”.
Here is an example https://jsfiddle.net/canvasjs/ovhLqdr2/1/ – you can see Y Labels formatted with two decimal points.
If this doesn’t answer your question, please explain in detail with few example values and how you want it to be formatted.
Can you please explain the issue you are facing? It would also be useful if you can create a jsFiddle demonstrating the issue with minimal code.
If you are just looking for an example using jQuery, here is one.
From your other post I can see that you were able to make it work at your end. So am closing this post
Is this issue happening only in certain situations or always? Can you see charts on our website when you browse using Android P Chrome Browser?
Chart doesn’t automatically group dataPoints by its label. In fact whenever only label is given (without x), internally it assigns x values to dataPoints in an order. So, there can be different dataPoints with same x value but different label.
So, only way to achieve this is to set x value to each dataPoint as required.
In order to render chart on the server side you would require a headless browser like PhantomJS. Here is an article which might help.
Can you please check if there is any error being shown in Chrome Developer Console??
You can use stripLines to set different background color for different range of values. Here is an example.
Charts don’t have a Zoom Bar yet. But it allows you to switch between Zooming & Panning mode via a Toolbar at the top right.
Sorry, but #total is not available in Format Strings because they are meant to specify formatting x/y values only. Also, #total is only available in Stacked, Pie and Doughnut Charts. But you can customise toolTip and indexLabel via a custom formatter of your own – you’ll have to write some additional code to find the total. Please refer to following links on the same.
We can surely help you with this. Can you please create a jsfiddle which reproduces the issue so that we can understand it better?
Thanks for reporting. We’ll look into the issue and get back at the earliest.
We are exposing some new APIs in couple of weeks which will provide co-ordinates of Title and other Chart elements. Using this along with a couple of lines of jQuery code, you should be able to detect if the user clicked on Title.
Can you please explain what you mean by outline? Do you mean to say a border around the Chart??
Can you please share your code via Google Drive / One Drive so that we can download and have a look??
Can you please share a screenshot / jsfiddle so that we can understand the issue better?