Alright, i have done some testing. It seems that the IE really doesn’t show hbars at all, no matter their size/amount. I highly doubt that i can be of any further help with this, as i am but a lowly sysadmin.
If you can reproduce this, ill log a bugreport on your github.
Tested with the following code:
import numpy as np
from bokeh.io import curdoc
from bokeh.plotting import figure
from bokeh.models import ColumnDataSource
arr = np.arange(200,301)
y = [k for k in range(101)]
source_m = ColumnDataSource(data=dict(y=y, display=arr))
plot = figure(plot_height=400, plot_width=600, title=“There is no system but GNU, and Linux is one of its kernels.”,
m_plot = plot.hbar(right=‘display’, y=‘y’, source=source_m, line_width=6, line_alpha=0.5, color=“blue”)
On Thursday, 8 December 2016 19:10:37 UTC+1, Rudelwolf wrote:
Im now somewhat closer to finishing my project, but it seems like IE11 (IE11.0.9600) isn’t in any mood to cooperate.
The plot is currently available under bevstat.internet-box.ch and so far chrome and firefox behave as expected.
When using IE11 the main plot on the upper left won’t render. The whole page also reacts much slower to any changes on the slider.
The bokeh server doesn’t report anything unusual (same stuff as with the other browsers).
Code (still needs a lot of work, pls don’t judge is available at http://pastebin.com/nKzehkuu .
I’ve seen topics discussing webGL and IE, but ive activated no such thing . If you can give me a hint what might be happening here it would be greatly appreciated.