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  • Plugin Author wpDataTables

    (@wpdatatables)

    Hi ldeschenes,

    Sorry for the inconvenience,

    After debugging, we found out that on your website there is some conflict with our charts and some script(we are not sure which one form which plugin or theme) that some global variables when creating charts are filled with some string ‘arrayIndex’ after which break the number of columns used in charts. (creating fake empty column)

    You can try to find out which plugin or theme causing the issue by deactivating it or if you need all of them to try to add some code in our plugin and check is it working.

    If you decide to change code in our plugin then first what you need to do is to turn off option “Use minified wpDataTables Javascript” on CUSTOM JS AND CSS tab in Settings of plugin.
    Then in file wp-content/plugins/wpdatatables/assets/js/wpdatatables/wdt.googleCharts.js around line 118

    you will find this

     for (var i in this.columns) {
          this.googleDataTable.addColumn(this.columns[i]);
      }

    and you have to replace it with this

    for (var i in this.columns) {
         if (i == parseInt(i))
         this.googleDataTable.addColumn(this.columns[i]);
     }

    Best regards.

    • This reply was modified 3 years, 1 month ago by wpDataTables.
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    Thread Starter ldeschenes

    (@ldeschenes)

    Hi,

    Thanks for the quick answer.

    I have 90 plugins installed, so its going to take some time to go thru them…

    I went the short way and I tried your fix (changing the code) but with no success.
    Could you have a look again at page https://lelaurier.net/test-wpdatachart/ and see what that have change (and maybe what other code I could modified).

    Thanks in advance.

    Plugin Author wpDataTables

    (@wpdatatables)

    Hi ldeschenes,

    Yes apparently this script has some logic global adding string in loop variables, so you need to add same logic in this file wp-content/plugins/wpdatatables-lite/assets/js/wpdatatables/wdt.chartsRender.js around line 28

    you will find this

     for (var i in wdtGoogleCharts) {
        wdtGoogleCharts[i].render();
     }

    and have to replace with this

     for (var i in wdtGoogleCharts) {
        if (i == parseInt(i))
        wdtGoogleCharts[i].render();
     }
    Thread Starter ldeschenes

    (@ldeschenes)

    Hi,

    That made it! You are so good!

    Is it possible to applied these code modifications to a future version (without impacting others users) ?
    I woud not want to applied them every time I update the plugin…

    Thanks again! Great and fast support !!!

    Plugin Author wpDataTables

    (@wpdatatables)

    Hi ldeschenes,

    You are welcome.

    We need to test it more to check out if there are conflicts with all available charts, and if everything is ok we will be included it in the core to avoid conflicts in the future. You can check out our changelog after the update.

    I’d like to ask you a favor. Would you mind taking a few minutes to write a review for us, please on this link?

    Your comments are beneficial for others to know what to expect when they’re looking for our plugin. They give us motivation and strength to continue with development and to create a more powerful plugin.

    Thank you in advance. It means a lot to us.

    Have a nice day.

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