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Legend elements are overlapped when series.name = ' ' and legend.layout = 'vertical' #6519

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stpoa opened this Issue Mar 28, 2017 · 4 comments

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stpoa commented Mar 28, 2017

Expected behaviour

Elements in legend should display one below another

Actual behaviour

Elements in legend are overlapped

Live demo with steps to reproduce

https://jsfiddle.net/kwmfwsf6/

@Izothep Izothep self-assigned this Mar 28, 2017

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Jmales Mar 29, 2017

@Izothep I'm the one with the problem. A solution is not mandatory for me at this point. If you find a workaround tell me please.

Jmales commented Mar 29, 2017

@Izothep I'm the one with the problem. A solution is not mandatory for me at this point. If you find a workaround tell me please.

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Izothep Mar 29, 2017

Hi Jmales,

Thank you for your message. Your issue is already fixed on Highcharts hc5-fixes branch. This is not the official release, but hc5-fixes is our developer branch and fixes from this branch gets to be implemented in future official Highcharts versions.

Izothep commented Mar 29, 2017

Hi Jmales,

Thank you for your message. Your issue is already fixed on Highcharts hc5-fixes branch. This is not the official release, but hc5-fixes is our developer branch and fixes from this branch gets to be implemented in future official Highcharts versions.

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Jmales Mar 29, 2017

Ty my man! However, how can I install that branch via npm or something else? I'm kind of a noob there

Jmales commented Mar 29, 2017

Ty my man! However, how can I install that branch via npm or something else? I'm kind of a noob there

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Jmales Mar 29, 2017

Well, I just copied/pasted to highcharts.src.js for now, until an official fix comes up. Thank you for the fast help ;)

Jmales commented Mar 29, 2017

Well, I just copied/pasted to highcharts.src.js for now, until an official fix comes up. Thank you for the fast help ;)

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