SVGGraph 2.29 is another version that mostly changes thing internally, but there are a few more visible changes too. The most obvious change should be apparent in the example below.
Box division style
_v variants) now support a new style
"box". The Y axis in the bar graph shows how they behave
with this new style when the labels are at the division marks, and the X axis
shows what happens when the labels are between the marks (usually for bars) -
the box is drawn around the label instead of inside it. I have used the
subdivision_h option set to
0.5 to enable
subdivisions on the X axis so you can see what they look like - they would not
normally be displayed.
For the other changes visible on this graph you will have to right-click on it.
If you right-click on a bar you will get a popup context menu with the bar
details and some links. If you click on the background you will get a fallback
menu with some text and a link in it. There are a whole load of options added
to this version for configuring the context menus, which you can find in the
options index. The contents of the
menu can be set globally using the
context_global option, or
context_callback or structured data.
Finally, the internal changes that I mentioned at the start. The most
far-reaching change was to amalgamate two functions that were used for
determining alternative and per-dataset options into one function that does it
all. So if you are the sort of person who likes to play with the code,
ArrayOption() are now
GetOption(). The other major change was to the
class, moving the axis measuring and drawing code out into new
The new version is available from the downloads page, or from GitHub / Packagist.