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It is being set, I did a console.write on it to verify. To work around this you're going to need to have a separate thread do the work and from there update the label's value accordingly.
This usually happens when you're doing intensive calculations/iterations in the same thread as where the user interface elements are running.
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This issue seems to have come up for chartjs/Chart.js#593 -- and they are saying they have fixed it. @ryan-morris I used your working around, but failed when compile my code: TS2341: Property ‘refresh’ is private and only accessible within class ‘Base Chart Directive ’.” And refresh() was defined as private.
This behavior only happens on mobile devices (bug exists on Safari, Chrome, and Firefox for i OS). https:// WMGf BMm2-CZzv01z Y [the bin is useless since it's not supported on small devices] import React, from 'react'; import Mui Theme Provider from 'material-ui/styles/Mui Theme Provider'; import Raised Button from 'material-ui/Raised Button'; import './App.css'; class App extends Component export default App; I opened the sample in the i OS simulator and the bug shows up there.
Please add this or let me know how to work around this in my app.
Thanks [datasets]="line Chart Data" [options]="line Chart Options" [colors]="line Chart Colors" [legend]="line Chart Legend" [chart Type]="line Chart Type" (chart Hover)="chart Hovered($event)" (chart Click)="chart Clicked($event)" If I update the x-axis labels with new labels, e.g., from [2008,2009,2010,2011,2012,2013,2014,2015,2016] to [2012,2013,2014,2015,2016], the chart continues to show the old labels, and draws the chart data incorrectly, from 2008 onwards.
Is there a label property in Visual Studio that prevents changes from being rendered? Refresh link) effectively invalidates the control and forces the runtime to redraw the control, which, of course, includes updating its text.
here is the snippet responsible for updating the label. There are lots of reasons why you may have to do this; redrawing is an expensive operation, so, in general, if you are handling an event elsewhere on the form, it may not update certain controls.
However, when I run the program it does not update the label.