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Title alignment incorrect when useHTML is enabled in release 6.0.5 #7787

wonderboyjon opened this issue Feb 2, 2018 · 2 comments


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@wonderboyjon wonderboyjon commented Feb 2, 2018

Expected behaviour

Title alignment with useHTML: true should be the same as it is when using useHTML: false, as it was in release 6.0.4.

Actual behaviour

Title is not aligned centrally when the graph is loaded, and calling reflow() doesn't seem to fix it either.

Live demo with steps to reproduce

Initialise a chart (doesn't seem to matter which type) , ensuring that the title: { useHTML: true } option is set. Having a long graph title helps to make the issue more obvious (though isn't required). When the graph is loaded, you'll see that the title is not aligned properly/centrally.

Working version (on 6.0.4):

Broken version (on 6.0.5):

Product version

Highcharts version 6.0.5

Affected browser(s)

Chrome (tested on v64.0.3282.140)
Firefox (tested on v58.0.1)
IE 11

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@pawelfus pawelfus commented Feb 2, 2018

Hi @wonderboyjon

Thank you for reporting the issue.

Internal note:
It's a regression after 6bf7ff5 @TorsteinHonsi

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@TorsteinHonsi TorsteinHonsi commented Feb 12, 2018

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