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Recolor Pie Chart
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[Not Solved] Recolor Pie Chart
Okay, I'm stuck with recoloring the pie chart... I have navigated to /etc/lib/pChart2/sentora/z3DPie.php amd seen a list of color files. I then changed the default one to summer but the chart remains the same color.

Does anyone know how to change this?
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[Not Solved] RE: Recolor Pie Chart
The color pallets of Sentora you can find at: etc/lib/pChart2/palettes/sentora.color
More info you can find at: http://wiki.pchart.net/doc.color.schemes.html

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Zentora themeS-Type themeCstyleX theme
flat-color-iconssmall-n-flat-icons

Sentora's development takes way too long, so i'm transitioning to HestiaCP.
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[Not Solved] RE: Recolor Pie Chart
To apply a color scheme to your chart, you can use the loadPalette function. This function must be called before any charting function.
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/* Create the pData object */
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$MyData = new pData();
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/* Populate some data */
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$MyData->addPoints(array(1,2,3,4),"My Serie 1");
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/* Will replace the whole color scheme by the "light" palette */
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$MyData->loadPalette("palettes/light.color", TRUE);

..then draw your charts.
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