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Sparkline Graphs no longer work in FireFox

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Sparkline Graphs no longer work in Firefox. I am pissed. Does anyone
care?
Here is what used to run in FireFox 1.5 and 2, but no longer works in
Firefox 3 (not on PC or Linux anyway). Anyone will pals at Mozilla,
please
nudge them.

http://mynichecomputing.com/digitall...kGraphsES.html

http://mynichecomputing.com/digitall...iGraphsES.html

http://mynichecomputing.com/digitall...kGraphsXS.html

http://mynichecomputing.com/digitall...iGraphsXS.html

This is a sort of lose of capability
we do not need.
Oct 23 '08 #1
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On Oct 23, 2:24*pm, lorlarz <lorl...@gmail.comwrote:
Sparkline Graphs no longer work in Firefox. *I am pissed. *Does anyone
care?
Here is what used to run in FireFox 1.5 and 2, but no longer works in
Firefox 3 (not on PC or Linux anyway). *Anyone will pals at Mozilla,
please
nudge them.

http://mynichecomputing.com/digitall...kGraphsES.html

http://mynichecomputing.com/digitall...iGraphsES.html

http://mynichecomputing.com/digitall...kGraphsXS.html

http://mynichecomputing.com/digitall...iGraphsXS.html

This is a sort of lose of capability
we do not need.
Looks like the jQuery guy offers a partial substitute,
http://ejohn.org/projects/jspark/ . BUT what is the distance between
x values is not equal?

Do we still have a loss here??
Oct 23 '08 #2

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On Oct 23, 3:24*pm, lorlarz <lorl...@gmail.comwrote:
Sparkline Graphs no longer work in Firefox. *I am pissed. *Does anyone
care?
I personally couldn't care less if you are pissed.
Here is what used to run in FireFox 1.5 and 2, but no longer works in
Firefox 3 (not on PC or Linux anyway). *Anyone will pals at Mozilla,
please
nudge them.
No. Report the issue(s) (as you perceive them) yourself.

[snip]
Oct 27 '08 #3

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On Oct 23, 4:31*pm, lorlarz <lorl...@gmail.comwrote:
On Oct 23, 2:24*pm, lorlarz <lorl...@gmail.comwrote:
Sparkline Graphs no longer work in Firefox. *I am pissed. *Does anyone
care?
Here is what used to run in FireFox 1.5 and 2, but no longer works in
Firefox 3 (not on PC or Linux anyway). *Anyone will pals at Mozilla,
please
nudge them.
http://mynichecomputing.com/digitall...kGraphsES.html
http://mynichecomputing.com/digitall...iGraphsES.html
http://mynichecomputing.com/digitall...kGraphsXS.html
http://mynichecomputing.com/digitall...iGraphsXS.html
This is a sort of lose of capability
we do not need.

Looks like the jQuery guy offers a partial substitute,http://ejohn.org/projects/jspark/. *BUT what is the distance between
Which can be dismissed out of hand. Consider the source.
Oct 27 '08 #4

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There are a couple of great "replacements" for the old sparklines
that depended on Java. Both the "replacements" rely on the GREAT
JAVASCRIPT LIBRARY known as jQuery. Here are links:
This one is a replacement-in-kind:
http://omnipotent.net/jquery.sparkline/

This is just a new way of doing dynamic graphing:
http://code.google.com/p/flot/

Together, great stuff. Thanks to jQuery.

On Oct 23, 1:24*pm, lorlarz <lorl...@gmail.comwrote:
Sparkline Graphs no longer work in Firefox. *I am pissed. *Does anyone
care?
Here is what used to run in FireFox 1.5 and 2, but no longer works in
Firefox 3 (not on PC or Linux anyway). *Anyone will pals at Mozilla,
please
nudge them.

http://mynichecomputing.com/digitall...kGraphsES.html

http://mynichecomputing.com/digitall...iGraphsES.html

http://mynichecomputing.com/digitall...kGraphsXS.html

http://mynichecomputing.com/digitall...iGraphsXS.html

This is a sort of lose of capability
we do not need.
Nov 3 '08 #5

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On Nov 3, 5:59*pm, lorlarz <lorl...@gmail.comwrote:
There are a couple of great "replacements" for the old sparklines
Great relative to what?
that depended on Java. * Both the "replacements" rely on the GREAT
JAVASCRIPT LIBRARY known as jQuery. *Here are links:
Then both of the replacements are inappropriate for use on the Web.
Given those options, I think I would take the Java applet.

[snip]
>
Together, great stuff. *Thanks to jQuery.
I doubt it.
Nov 4 '08 #6

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