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Podpress Stat Graph Is Cut Off (4 posts)

  1. c365954
    Member
    Posted 3 years ago #

    The statistical graph generated by the Podpress Stats function doest not extend to the current date. For example, the graph for today only shows 11/29/2010 and does not contain any December info.

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  2. ntm
    Member
    Plugin Author

    Posted 3 years ago #

    graph for today

    Did you meant Graph by date?

    The graph by date version which is an actual picture does not have marks for each day on the time line (horizontal axis). It is possible that there is a day mark for a day in the past but the graphs of the downloads are going beyond that mark and ending right of that mark. That is no bug.

    Please, look at the alternative graph whether there are really no downloads in December. (If you hover with the mouse cursor over the gray bars, you will get the date in the tooltip.) You can also check in the Raw Stats table (The raw list) when the last download has happened.

    Regards,
    Tim

  3. c365954
    Member
    Posted 3 years ago #

    Yes, I meant Graph By Date. The alternative graph does show downloads in December.

    On the Graph By date picture the dates shown by tick marks on the horizontal axis begin with 09/06/10 and end with 11/29. The 10 for the year in 11/29/10 does not show as the graph picture is cut off at this point. Neither are the following Mondays in December - 12/06/10 and 12/13/10. It seems to me that the graph should show them with the data lines tracking from day to day as is done for all the other weeks. Therefore, I am still of the opinion that this is a bug in the way the picture is generated.

  4. ntm
    Member
    Plugin Author

    Posted 3 years ago #

    The 10 for the year in 11/29/10 does not show as the graph picture is cut off at this point.

    How is it cut off? Does the graph and the date end at the right scroll bar or frame of your monitor?

    The graph or the whole picture is probably wider than your screen. If your horizontal resolution of your monitor is lower than 1200 pixel then the picture is wider than your screen and there should be a horizontal scrollbar in your browser window. Please, try to scroll to the right.

    You may also try to save the picture with the graph on your computer and view it with a different software which may have a better zoom functionality. (You can also zoom in most web browsers: hold [ctrl] and press [+] or [-].)

    Regards,
    Tim

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