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FusionCharts is a Dreamweaver Charting Extension that can be used to render data-driven & animated charts for web applications and presentations. FusionChartsDW is a cross-browser and cross-platform solution that can be used with ASP.VB, PHP, and ColdFusion to deliver interactive and powerful flash charts.

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Thread: Version 1.1.0 released!

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Cristian Dorobantescu [Extend Studio]

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2009-11-13 06:49:37
Version 1.1. 0 has been released with the following updates:• Drilldown feature• Customizable colors for plotted areas• Various Patches and bug fixes for ASP, PHP, ColdFusion• Scatter and bubble charts• Ability to export the charts as PDF/PNG/JPG at client-side• Ability to copy data from chart as CSV • Ability to customize right click "About FusionCharts" menu• Addition of customizable company logo over chart • Multi-lingual fonts in rotated text

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2009-11-15 17:16:52
Is there a PHP exporthander folder that should be generated? I installed the new version and it appears as if it is going to work, but the save prompt never comes up. The capture bar run to 100% and nothing happens after that.Please advise.

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2009-11-15 19:44:16
I deleted the fusion charts folder and started over. It now works correctly. However, is there a way not have to click the Save button underneath the chart to save the file?If you already are right clicking the chart and saving as JPEG, PNG or PDF, why would you have to then click the save button to repeat the process again?
Andrei Rinciog [Extend Studio]

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2009-11-16 09:33:18
Hello,That save button is inside a different swf file. That's because in order to write to different formats it needed the Actionscript 3 capability and the charts are built in Actionscript 2. So, when you right click on the chart and hit 'export as.." you basically just send the data from the chart swf to the save swf. Then, in order to save it you have to click on the save button. Regards,Andrei Rinciog