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  1. 11 votes
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  2. I'd like the ability to display stock charts in a HLC format

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  3. In a column chart, it looks fine with the x-axis label rotation of 315 when the bars are closed together. However, when the bars are sparse, then it looks too spacious and unnecessary. The trouble is I don't know how many data points in advance. I would like a new feature with autoRotation: 315 for the axis label.

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  4. In pie charts slices with very small percentage (e.g. 0.01%) currently aren't selectable. This could be fixed by handling click events on data labels.

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  5. Provide a container such that if a user wanted to print/export the container, the container and all contents would be printed/exported. Highcharts provides this support on a per chart basis, but we need the printing/exporting on larger scale.

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  8. If I tend to display huge volume of data, chart GUI is not stretching to accomodate all contents, instead it reduces their dimensions to incorporate them within given area. This makes chart unreadable, also leads to overlapping of data during display. It will be great if chart length grows horizontally on more data and provides a scroll bar

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  9. Can add the reference line, as like in Excel

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  10. Can you add a RSS feed subscription button to whatever CMS you are using for your news updates? I would like to be able to subscribe to it to know whenever you've put out an update. Right now I find no such button on the http://highcharts.com/component/content/category/2-news/ page. Thanks!

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  11. Please add "native" support for data as CSV. Partially in docs you describe how to make use of CSV data, but I think this is just too inconvenient. A nicer approach would be to have the API separate the "data to display" from the "configuration of a chart", where the data would be as CSV and the configuration as JSON or XML. Take a look at AnyCharts (or better AnyStock) for a very nice API that does this.

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  12. Include average information with each chart. This could include mean, median, and mode.

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  13. Instead of the hard coded 'k' and 'M' allow custom abbreviations like for months and weekdays (e.g. 'Tsd' and 'Mio' for German).

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  14. Add support to GWT.

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  16. It would be useful to have the posibility for each serie to show or hide it in the legend. ( I mean programmaticaly)

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  17. I want to create line chart. I need to import the data from Excel sheet (.xls file). How can I do that? Is it possible?

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  18. Give the opportunity to pass an url of an xml to highcharts with the datas for the chart.
    The datas will be the categories of an axis and the data of a series.
    Something like this:
    <datas>

    &lt;data&gt;
    
    &lt;series&gt;0,1,2,...&lt;/series&gt;
    &lt;categories&gt;0,1,2,...&lt;/categories&gt;
    &lt;/data&gt;
    &lt;data&gt;
    &lt;series&gt;3,4,5,...&lt;/series&gt;
    &lt;categories&gt;1,2,3,...&lt;/categories&gt;
    &lt;/data&gt;

    </datas>
    This feature would help the implementation of libraries with other programming languages like php, asp, asp.net, ...
    The programmer should not implement functions in js to interpret the data, but simply pass the URL of the XML and highcharts will parsing it.

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  19. Panning and Zooming like in Google Maps is way nicer to use than the current implementation of rectangle zoom. Would be great to have such feature :)

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  20. With very few codeline changes in export.js you could convert the svg into a canvas using http://code.google.com/p/canvg/

    Then send the canvas.toDataURL to the server and let it reply a base64_decode of it, or alternatively use Downloadify to eliminate any server interaction altogether.
    This way highcharts doesn't require any conversion library like batik and can be used everywhere (without internet access for export.highcharts.com)

    Your Highcharts library rocks btw!

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