You've uncovered a small bug specifically with respect to "line_join" (you can seem almost all the other properties demonstrated working throughout the docs, but you may be the first person to need to actually use "line_join") The bug is here:
ctx.lineCap = @join.value()
should obviously be
ctx.lineJoin = @join.value()
We are all right in the middle of the 0.10 release process and currently pretty swamped. If you'd like to make a GitHub issue and submit a Pull Request with this fix I can confidently say it would be in the next release, and even in the first dev build release after 0.10 is out.
On Sep 21, 2015, at 7:53 AM, [email protected] wrote:
I'm trying to use some line properties for very simple line plots, like in the "single line example" in the Getting Started section here: http://bokeh.pydata.org/en/latest/docs/quickstart.html, but even adding only line_join='round' to p.line(...) in that example does not have the intended effect (or any effect whatsoever). Are these properties working only on glyphs? And if so, how can I achieve the desired effect on a line in a figure?
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