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Problems with Chart.toImage() function

Hi!

I’m using Aspose.Cells for Java, version 2.3.1.

When you have multiple datasets with long names in the chart, the layout of the dataset names goes haywire. Please see the attached label_bug.JPG for the erroneus chart, and correct_label.xls for the correct one.

Best regards,

Tuomas Hynninen

Hi,

Thanks for the files.

I can reproduce the issue as you have mentioned. We will figure it out soon.

I have logged your issue into our issue tracking system with an id: CELLSJAVA-19342. Once we resolve it we will let you know about it.

Thank you.

The issues you have found earlier (filed as 19342) have been fixed in this update.


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Hi!


I’m using aspose.cells_2.4.0_20100823.jar and the issue doesn’t seem to be fixed.

Please see the attached PowerPoint file for the erroneus charts.

Best regards,

Tuomas Hynninen

Hi,

I have found the issue. I have re-opened your issue. We will provide you a fix soon.

Thank you.

Hi Tuomas,

We have fixed the issue. Please use the updated version Aspose.CellsV2.4.0.2.zip attached.

Thanks,

Hi!

Thanks for the fast reply.

However, the issue doesn’t seem to be fixed and in addition this hotfix introduced a new bug.

Please see the attached file for the bugs.

1) There are 21 datasets in the chart, but the image is displaying only 18
2) When you double-click the chart, the dataset order reverses.

Best regards,

Tuomas Hynninen
Sonecta Ltd.

Hi,

Could you post the source Excel file, we need to test the Chart 2 Image feature with it.

Thank you.

Hi,

For the issue of some legend entries being lost in the image, we have fixed it. Please try the new fix(attached). But for your second question about “When you double-click the chart, the dataset order reverses”, we could not find it and we are not clear about it. Would you please explain it more for it?

Thank you.

Hi,

The issue can be seen from the erroneus_pp.ppt file I posted earlier.

When you open the file, you can see that the rendered image has the legend entries starting from the top-left corner (“Uusi suodatin 1, Uusi suodatin 2…”), but when you double-click the image and activate the excel file, the legend entries are reversed, e.g. “Uusi suodatin 1” starts from the bottom-right corner.

Hope this helps!

Best regards,

Tuomas Hynninen
Sonecta

Hi Tuomas,

We are unable to find the issue of legend entries order. When double click the image and activate the excel file, the legend entries are still the same with the image("Uusi suodatin 1" starts from top-left corner).

Thanks,

Hi!

Hmm, that is weird. I’m using Microsoft Office PowerPoint 2007 SP2 and the issues persists.

I have attached two pictures which outline the bug, before.JPG and after.JPG.

Edit: this happens with the aspose.cells_2.3.1_20100716.jar version.

Best regards,

Tuomas Hynninen
Sonecta Ltd

Hi Tuomas,

Please use the updated version Aspose-cells-2.4.1.1-java.zip attached. We have improved charting in it. If the issue presist, please feel free to reach us.

Thanks,

Hi!

I cannot use this version as I can’t even get a PowerPoint file out because of this bug:

http://www.aspose.com/community/forums/260328/weird-glyph-layout-null-pointer/showthread.aspx

Happens with both 2.4.1 and 2.4.1.1 versions.

Best regards,

Tuomas Hynninen
Sonecta Ltd.