99'); But this looks like a nice lighter alternative if you just need that functionality.
Related, many developers also want a way to support both drill-throughs and drill-downs in a single click. It can be done with an inline onclick event inside an HTML item. If drilling is disabled, this won’t do anything but select the node.So your plugin actually allows French users to type things like &é"' but they cannot type any digits at all.This is very frustrating, and a showstopper as far as I am concerned. Since people have so many different keyboard layouts, I would recommend never using the key Code at all (unless perhaps for things like games, where you don't care what the actual character is).That is the engine selecting that node before it runs the drill. Charts themselves are composed (basically) of two parts, an image and an HTML map containing different areas.You can test this fairly easily by creating an input anywhere on the page with test drill Put that in an HTML item, run the report, highlight a node and click the button. The areas are the parts of the chart that you can hover over for tooltips and click events.