Bug - can't add a second range to a columnrange chart

Oct 13, 2014 at 6:30 AM
I can get a normal columnrange chart working as shown in the samples, and here: JSFiddle, however, when I follow the API documentation on how to add another range on the same category, it drops underneath into a blank category.
No matter what I try, I can't get it to work with DotNet.Highcharts, but I can get it to work via JSFiddle using the regular javascript methods. Is there something missing in DotNet.Highcharts?

Specifically, this is how I'm doing it, as per a HighCharts forum post:
(taking some of the code from the API docco)

I am changing this:
[-9.7, 9.4],
[-8.7, 6.5],
[-3.5, 9.4],
[-1.4, 19.9],
[0.0, 22.6],
[2.9, 29.5],
[9.2, 30.7],
[7.3, 26.5],
[4.4, 18.0],
[-3.1, 11.4],
[-5.2, 10.4],
[-13.5, 9.8]

to look a little different, using the category IDs as targets so I can set another range:
[0, -9.7, 9.4],
[1, -8.7, 6.5],
[2, -3.5, 9.4],
[3, -1.4, 19.9],
[4, 0.0, 22.6],
[5, 2.9, 29.5],
[6, 9.2, 30.7],
[7, 7.3, 26.5],
[8, 4.4, 18.0],
[9, -3.1, 11.4],
[10, -5.2, 10.4],
[11, -13.5, 9.8],
[0, 10.0, 20.0]

This works fine using JSFiddle, but I can't get it to work using the C# library at all.
Oct 18, 2014 at 7:04 AM
I can make it work with a second series of data, but ideally would like to be able to do it in a single one, as it's much easier to work through from C#.
Coordinator
Oct 24, 2014 at 1:05 PM
Hi,

This is really a bug in the JsonSerializer of DotNet.Highcharts library and we'll be fixed in the next version.

Regards,
Vangti