[GNC-dev] Pie Chart
Stephen M. Butler
kg7je at arrl.net
Fri Feb 1 15:30:51 EST 2019
On 1/31/19 6:05 AM, Christopher Lam wrote:
> Thanks for feedback.
> Most of these issues are not caused by reports but rather webkit/UI
> issues :) I haven't found way to trigger report drill-down without an
> intermediate "Load" anchor.
Hopefully you can request an enhancement from them.
> Try refreshing my branch. Latest developments: the yAxis amounts are
> now formatted correctly according to locale; US users see "$1,000.00"
> "€1,000.00*"* whereas some EU users wil see "1.000,00 $" "1.000,00
> €*"*. These things matter in an internationally focussed program :)
The scaling looks much better. Hopefully you have an EU person that can
validate their experience. It looks good from the US perspective.
> On Thu, 31 Jan 2019 at 09:56, Stephen M. Butler <kg7je at arrl.net
> <mailto:kg7je at arrl.net>> wrote:
> Took me awhile to figure out how to drill down. Double clicking
> do it. I finally noticed the small print in the upper left corner
> I eventually determined said "load". Clicking that took me to the
> accounts of the one originally clicked. However, there was no
> to go back up a level. Only path was deeper.
> Once at the deepest account, the transaction window did open and
> it was
> easy to close that -- but still no method to back out to the original
> chart (that I could determine).
> I wonder if there is something more intuitive than the small print
> "load" to do a drill down.
> OK. Accidentally found the "back" option under the right click. Only
> found it because I was thinking that a double click would be a natural
> go deeper signal -- so what would be a corresponding "go back"
> Double right click?? Tried that and found that right click did
> bring up
> the option menu to navigate back.
> So then started playing with the options on the right click.
> Found that
> forward worked the same as "load" but only until at the lowest
> Had to left click and then click on "load" to get the transaction
> listing. To be consistent, the Forward menu item should also work in
> that case and bring up the transaction details.
> I tried the "Inspect Element" item and decided I didn't want to know
> what that was about! <<grin>>
> Hmm. Forward isn't consistent. Only available if you have previously
> gone down a level by clicking on load.
> So you have to left click on the area of interest then left click on
> load and only then will the Forward/Back items on the right click be
> available. That's awkward.
> How about a double left click automatically goes down on the area
> clicked or always allow a Forward if the user right clicks on the
> In that case go deeper on the area on which the left click
> happened. Or
> allow both methods. I'm thinking the "load" in the upper left is
> cumbersome and rather not have it.
> Never could figure out when the "stop" item is available.
> On 1/29/19 7:36 PM, Christopher Lam wrote:
> > Hello
> > On Wed, 30 Jan 2019 at 09:31, Stephen M. Butler <kg7je at arrl.net
> <mailto:kg7je at arrl.net>
> > <mailto:kg7je at arrl.net <mailto:kg7je at arrl.net>>> wrote:
> > So far, my only negative is with the Average balance chart.
> It's too
> > tall and I lose the captions at the bottom (I maybe see 1 or 2
> > pixels of
> > them). When I scroll down then I lose the chart title at the
> > top. I am
> > running 1920x1080 (16:9)
> > Agree - this is caused by *all* charts default to use 100% page
> > I think they should be reduced to 80%, with no (IMHO) negative
> > consequences.
> > > Hint: new features added, and old features resurrected:
> > > - clicky links from pie/line/bar graphs to drill down into
> > > sub-charts,sub-reports, or register (this was disabled
> >10yrs ago?)
> > SMB: I don't think I made it to the register. Just saw the
> > non-selected sections expand to fill the pie.
> > Try: Asset/Income/Expense/Liability Chart and keep drilling down.
> > I think the Income/Expense over time may be modified to launch the
> Rather take advantage of the heat wave and remove some dead trees from the property.
> > Transaction Report highlighting relevant period. TBD tonight :)
> > SMB: At least you have the end-of-year set correctly.
> > 3.4-50 has a problem. Separate email.
> > This end-of-year is the exact same bug currently affecting maint. My
> > branch currently reverts the offending commit, so, cannot be
> > considered safe to ship, but is adequate for testing. Thank you for
> > feedback!
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