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TOPIC: Problems with overlapping

Problems with overlapping 14 years ago #12227

Great extension! It makes things a lot easier! But i’ve problems with overlapping, my template has a pop-up login box, and it appear behind the fusionchart module, the same happened with any greybox pop-up options boxes or images. How can I send the graph to the background? can I change de Z-index of the graphs?
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Re:Problems with overlapping 13 years, 11 months ago #12379

I’ve been using “fusionchart” for over a year, I had the same problem with overlapping then. I solved the problem just putting in the custom module that calls the graph the following fine:

“<param name="wmode" value="opaque"/>”

Now your “Artio FusionChart” make thing quite easier, removing the constant need to update the .xml file through ftp. But the Artio graphs look ugly appearing over my greybox/shadowbox and alike windows. (Same with dropdown menus)

Would give it a 5 star rating but could you please tell me where in your admin component to put this line of code please!
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Re:Problems with overlapping 13 years, 11 months ago #12568

Ok, I finally worked out the problem modifying one php and one .js. But then I found yet a new problem going live, a big one.

The modules do not work if your “…server/joomla dir/administrator” directory is password protected. As the component code is completely in the admin area, every module call requires access to that area.

So having to opt to remove the password leaving my client website more vulnerable, versus a working extension, the answer was quite obvious for me.

It’s true the extension is an excellent idea, its works a lot easier than FusionChart alone, but it need development.

And of course the support forum suck, I guess it isn’t any better purchasing a support license for this type of problems.

The extension doesn’t worth the increase of risks, for me the problem is big enough to say goodbye for good.
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Re:Problems with overlapping 13 years, 4 months ago #19424

While @a7tx42 seems to have given up/fixed it 7months ago, this problem is still present.

I've kinda had to use a hybrid of the ArtioFusionChart and original Fusion Chart integration codes to make some of my dynamic charts to work in Joomla.

Got everything working now, except this little bug - my dropdown menu keeps going behind the charts.

i can see in FusionCharts.js that wmmode is set to "transperent" as standard, and my menu div's z-index is set to 120 (increased it to 700 with no success), but still nothing. Is there another variable that I need to pass somewhere?

Here is the code that displays the chart in my page:

//Initialize <chart> element
$strXML = "<chart caption='Religion % of Regional Population' numberPrefix='' formatNumberScale='0' bgColor='FFFFFF' pieRadius='190' slicingDistance ='20' chartRightMargin='0' chartLeftMargin='0' chartTopMargin='0' chartBottomMargin='0' captionPadding='0' showPercentValues='0' showAboutMenuItem='1' aboutMenuItemLabel='About Policy Research Centre' aboutMenuItemLink=''>";
//Convert data to XML and append
foreach ($arrData as $arSubData)
$strXML .= "<set label='" . $arSubData[1] . "' value='" . $arSubData[2] . "' isSliced='" . $arSubData[3] . "' />";
//Close <chart> element
$strXML .= "</chart>";
//Create the chart - Column 3D Chart with data contained in strXML
echo renderChart("/demo/PRC/components/com_artiofusioncharts/charts/single-series-charts/doughnut3d/chart.swf", "", $strXML, "chartID1", 690, 350, false, true);

It relies on FusionCharts.js and FusionsCharts.php to run, both are the unedited versions from Artio/Fusio
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