kgrogers

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  • in reply to: Jqchart support #120095
    kgrogers
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    Do you have a plan in place to acquire the rights to distribute the Highcharts library, and if so, when do you expect that to happen?

    in reply to: Tooltips for Column Headers #115370
    kgrogers
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    Oh, I see now what you mean by the problem of the code – I just noticed that you had reformatted it.  Not sure what that issue is – I used the code editor and the result is what you see in my post above.  This new forum software is really very strange to me, so I guess I am doing something wrong.

    I think what would really help me out with this header problem would be an example on your demo page for a multiline pivot grid.  Just saying… 😉

    • This reply was modified 7 years, 7 months ago by kgrogers.
    in reply to: Tooltips for Column Headers #115369
    kgrogers
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    No, I am not using a MAC to paste code, I am on a Windows 7 computer.  Not sure what you mean by a problem – the code looks Ok to me when I look at that post.

     

    Anyway, it doesn’t matter what colName I use in the setLabels method (the <th> id for the Queue and UpstreamQ headers are grid_East_sum_0, grid_East_sum_1, grid_North_sum_0, grid_North_sum_1, grid_West_sum_0 and grid_West_sum_1) for ANY of the headers – I can’t get the title to change, which leads me to believe that I have the right method but I am applying it wrong.

    In my mtas.php code I set a variable:

    Then near the end of the script I call it with the setJSCode method (just before the renderPivot call):

    This doesn’t do anything, so my questions are these:

    Do I need a function around the jquery code in the $hdrTitle script (and if so, what would it look like) ?

    Is calling the setJSCode($hdrTitle) the appropriate call and placement within the mtas.php script?

    Is the id of the <th> line for each of the Queue/UpstreamQ headers the correct name value to use in the setLabels call?

    • This reply was modified 7 years, 7 months ago by tony.
    • This reply was modified 7 years, 7 months ago by tony.
    in reply to: Tooltips for Column Headers #115318
    kgrogers
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    Tony:

    So I tried using that code in my script but I guess I am not putting it in the right place because I never see the ‘replaced’ title. Here’s my code:

    • This reply was modified 7 years, 7 months ago by tony. Reason: Code not formated
    • This reply was modified 7 years, 7 months ago by tony.
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