[GNC] HTML Chart exports are blank on MacOS/Windows browsers

Christopher Lam christopher.lck at gmail.com
Sun Dec 29 16:32:28 EST 2019

Patches welcome in the documentation.
Meanwhile you can open the html chart in firefox, File>Save as...>Webpage,
complete and export the whole html+javascript for archival.

On Sun, 29 Dec 2019 at 21:19, boldstripe <michael.nabble at wengam.com> wrote:

> I think the user needs to know:
> 1. that the HTML Chart is platform specific
> 2. that the chart will only display if GnuCash is installed
> 3. that because of the above, the file is not suitable for 'archival'
> storage of the chart and that PDF would be better suited to that purpose.
> I found the charts so useful I was about to email them to others who don't
> use GnuCash (and on unknown operating systems). I will now archive and send
> PDFs instead.
> The HTML versions of charts do have some advantages, including at present a
> very small file size, so a platform agnostic (and installation agnostic)
> version would be good.
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