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Navigator doesn't answer as expected when moved faster. #6191

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sergiomcunha opened this Issue Dec 30, 2016 · 1 comment

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sergiomcunha commented Dec 30, 2016

Expected behaviour

When rendering a chart with the same chart at the navigator, if the navigator selection is moved fast and hover the minimum selection, it's expected that it will filter at the minimum selection value.

Actual behaviour

If the selection from navigator were moved fast, then the navigator will freeze in some cases and don't apply the proper selection.
Also if there are more series in a chart, then the response is even slower.
(there are some movies to see the issue)
example movies.zip

Live demo with steps to reproduce

  • Slide the filter faster to the minimum points.
  • See that the navigator doesn't apply the filter properly.
  • Go back to the minimum selection (the 6 points per chart).
    http://jsfiddle.net/yczmchey/

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Thanks for the report!

Internal note:
It's probably caused by this if. However, we should fixed this before so we will render minimum range, instead of not updating navigator at all.

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pawelfus commented Dec 30, 2016

Thanks for the report!

Internal note:
It's probably caused by this if. However, we should fixed this before so we will render minimum range, instead of not updating navigator at all.

@TorsteinHonsi TorsteinHonsi added this to the 5.0.7 milestone Jan 4, 2017

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