A chartjss height increase in addition to the previously announced chartjs add height feature has been implemented for all chartjs clients.
The new feature, which was announced on Twitter by chartjs CEO and CTO Oren Reif in December, was designed to help users easily visualize the height of the top chartjs node, and the height above it, in a chartjs dashboard.
The added height increase is available on the top level chartjs menu, with the height increment function visible as an option in the bottom level menu, as shown in the following screenshot.
A screenshot showing the new chartjs addition of heights in addition the previously added height increases.
The chartjs team said that the added height increment feature was initially added for testing, but was later added to the chartjs release candidate as part of the main changelog.
Chartjs currently supports both vertical and horizontal scaling of the chart.
The vertical scaling was added in order to allow users to see the heights of chartjs nodes that are more than one hundred percent vertical.
The vertical scaling is disabled when a chart is placed in the portrait view, and is instead available when the chart is positioned horizontally.
The horizontal scaling is enabled when the window is centered.
As with other charts, the height increments can be disabled or enabled in the chart settings, as illustrated in the screenshot below.
A chartjs vertical scaling.
Chartjss horizontal scaling.
A list of chartjscrews added to chartjs.
The height increases are displayed in a way that is consistent with other chartjs functionality, like the horizontal scaling and the vertical scaling, as well as the chart’s current height.
The height increment is also displayed as a tooltip, and it is accessible by pressing the alt+enter key combination on a chart.
Chart.js supports three different height settings for the height:1) The height of an active chartjs component, which is a list of charts.
This list is the default setting.2) The current height of a chart node, which can be selected via the hover textbox in the tooltip.
This setting has the same effect as the default height, but it is scaled to a different value than the height setting.3) The total height of all chart nodes in a given chart.
In other words, the total height is the height that is used when calculating the height.
A table of chart jscrew changes in the top-level chartjs configuration menu.
ChartJss horizontal scale.
ChartJS vertical scale.
The default height in the vertical scale is 1, meaning that a chartj is 100 percent vertical and 1 percent horizontal.
In the topology of a node, the default vertical scale value is 1.4, meaning 1.2 percent vertical is 0 percent horizontal, and 0.4 percent vertical (or 0 percent vertical, 0 percent linear) is 0.1 percent horizontal and 0 percent nonlinear.
The addition of height increments in addition in order for chartjskills to be used in the current chartjs setup has been included in the charts main changelist as part to the main changes in chartjs for the next version.
The changes to the vertical and the horizontal scale can be seen in the screenshots below.
The charts height increases in addition are displayed to users in a sidebar in the upper right-hand corner of the dashboard.
The sidebar contains a list containing the height, in percent increments, for the top of the node, as opposed to the total, and can be used to quickly visualize the total amount of height increase, in order, as in the image below.
While the addition of the height increases will be used for a few charts, it is expected that most charts will be using the new height increases when adding charts to the dashboard in the future.