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Currently, we pass a URL (data parameter) to the OFC2 charts pointing to a data feed.
I would even suggest that, instead of using an ajax request, we could directly load the graph JSON data in the HTML calling the flash, and set this data to the graph object. This means that, to show the graph, you would just need one http request to request widget+graph data, + one request to fetch the SWF file if not already in cache.
In , refs #997 - set content-type to application/json for OFC data feed
Attachment: updated patch
fixes #1020 - only the last chart added to the dashboard can be saved locally (using the right-click pop-up menu to "Save Image Locally"); the footer icon link worked properly
fixes #947 - truncated translation string in Flash widget when "no data"; this is now styled consistently with "no data" for tables and tag clouds
In , refs #997 - reorder params slightly
In , refs #997 - add config option; allow users to revert to previous behavior