Line Chart scrolls with page (IE7) #944

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arataon opened this Issue Jan 30, 2013 · 3 comments

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arataon commented Jan 30, 2013

Hi,

Pretty much what the title says - the page is long and overflows the screen so scroll bars appear on the right of the screen which is obviously normal for any website. However, when I scroll down the page, the chart moves with the screen although the rest of the page stays in place. I can't see any reason why its doing this - any ideas?

Other than this it is fantastic - better than Google Chart! ;-)

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I can't reproduce this; it sounds like an issue with local CSS. What styles have you applied to the placeholder? Can you provide an example of the problem in action?

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dnschnur commented Feb 3, 2013

I can't reproduce this; it sounds like an issue with local CSS. What styles have you applied to the placeholder? Can you provide an example of the problem in action?

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arataon Feb 8, 2013

Hi there,

Its a little hard to explain, maybe it is better if you see what I mean for yourself? I literally can't work out what I have done here! Any help would be very much appreciated!

View here: http://www3.examportal.co.uk/ie7.php

Thanks! :-)

arataon commented Feb 8, 2013

Hi there,

Its a little hard to explain, maybe it is better if you see what I mean for yourself? I literally can't work out what I have done here! Any help would be very much appreciated!

View here: http://www3.examportal.co.uk/ie7.php

Thanks! :-)

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I was able to reproduce this only on IE7; no other browser shows the problem. It appears to be one of IE7's many layout bugs, related to having a relatively positioned div within a table. I spent some time trying to track it down, but wasn't successful.

Unfortunately there's nothing we can do about this in Flot; the problem is with the placeholder div and HTML/CSS around it, not the plot inside. My best suggestion would be to try to rework that HTML to eliminate the table.

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dnschnur commented Feb 9, 2013

I was able to reproduce this only on IE7; no other browser shows the problem. It appears to be one of IE7's many layout bugs, related to having a relatively positioned div within a table. I spent some time trying to track it down, but wasn't successful.

Unfortunately there's nothing we can do about this in Flot; the problem is with the placeholder div and HTML/CSS around it, not the plot inside. My best suggestion would be to try to rework that HTML to eliminate the table.

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