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

D sunfish62 at yahoo.com
Mon Dec 30 10:37:45 EST 2019

I may be a little slow here, but it seems to me this is something of an edge case. Isn't this analogous to sending an html file without including embedded images? Very efficient; not very informative. 

Finally, from my perspective, a 100kb pdf is not a huge payload to be sending, but I understand your situation may be different.

David T.

On December 30, 2019, at 4:06 AM, boldstripe <michael.nabble at wengam.com> wrote:

Christopher: Thanks, I confirm your method of making a Firefox webpage
creates an HTML version that works across platforms, at least from Linux to

This could be useful if you really want HTML, but Firefox stores the
javascript code in a folder that is 772 kB, compared to about 8 kB for the
platform-specific HTML and about 100 kB for a PDF.

I will study how to contribute to documentation, thank you.

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