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Annotations are displaying incorrectly after zooming a chart. #7826

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Denyllon opened this Issue Feb 8, 2018 · 3 comments

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Denyllon commented Feb 8, 2018

Expected behaviour

Annotations which aren't in current selection range should be invisible.

Actual behaviour

Annotations which should be invisible after zoom to certain selection, instead they are moved to the edge of plotArea (shapes on the left side, labels on the right).

It occurs only when there is a big amount of data points.

Live demo with steps to reproduce

http://jsfiddle.net/BlackLabel/jzqdmvwt/

  1. Zoom chart.

Occurence

v6.0.4 and below
From v6.0.5 all annotations are hidden.

@Denyllon Denyllon assigned Denyllon and morganfree and unassigned Denyllon Feb 8, 2018

@sebastianbochan sebastianbochan added the Bug label Feb 8, 2018

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The problem with wrong display out of visible range was resolved in 6.0.5 version.

About current (6.0.6 version):
Markers needs to be enabled to show the annotations in the current (6.0.6) version.
http://jsfiddle.net/BlackLabel/jzqdmvwt/1/

Is the limitation to an existing marker intentional? If yes, docs should be updated. If no, then this is a bug. @morganfree ?

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KacperMadej commented Feb 9, 2018

The problem with wrong display out of visible range was resolved in 6.0.5 version.

About current (6.0.6 version):
Markers needs to be enabled to show the annotations in the current (6.0.6) version.
http://jsfiddle.net/BlackLabel/jzqdmvwt/1/

Is the limitation to an existing marker intentional? If yes, docs should be updated. If no, then this is a bug. @morganfree ?

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@KacperMadej, it's a regression bug. I will fix it.

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morganfree commented Feb 9, 2018

@KacperMadej, it's a regression bug. I will fix it.

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manometer114 Feb 15, 2018

Thank you everybody for the quick fix!

manometer114 commented Feb 15, 2018

Thank you everybody for the quick fix!

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