Detecting the space needed for data labels is very complicated, and we won't give it top priority at this time.You need to add the appropriate margins and pie size to avoid this.Really what I want is the datalabels to be adjusted to fit the chart, not the pie. This will be released and merged into master when Highcharts 3.0 is out, hopefully before Christmas.In the case where you have multiple pies in the same chart, you still need to use absolute size.You can use arrays to contain the data that you want to include in your chart.
Really what I want is the datalabels to be adjusted to fit the chart, not the pie. I have a case where I'm displaying multiple pie charts on one page in a a 2x2 formation. So this solution may generate 4 differently sized pies which is not desirable - is there a way to avoid this and still make the labels fit?
In theory, I think what you describe could be solved by adjusting each pie, then use the smallest pie size for all of them.
But I'm not sure how this will work in practice, since the pies are adjusted within the plot area and not relative to each other.
Note how it changes as slices are shown and hidden in this demo. 1 :) @highslide-software Note the examples above are not working due to the CDN for highcharts.
Note how it changes as slices are shown and hidden in this demo. 1 :) I've a problem with this auto-sizing feature on donuts.
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