Google Finance graph renders black area

Confirmed Issue #14910483 • Assigned to Ian P.

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Author
Danyao W.
Created
Dec 1, 2017
Privacy
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  • Microsoft Edge
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Reported by 3 people

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Steps to reproduce

https://www.google.com/search?tbm=fin&ei=W74lWo-GIZGOjwP2z67QAg&stick=H4sIAAAAAAAAAONgecRozi3w8sc9YSm9SWtOXmPU4OIKzsgvd80rySypFJLiYoOyBKT4uHj00_UNC01KLE2SzAp4AHCzP6s8AAAA&q=NASDAQ%3A+GOOG&oq=GOOG&gs_l=finance-immersive.1.0.81l3.25819.26133.0.27969.4.4.0.0.0.0.94.204.3.3.0…0…1.1.64.finance-immersive…1.3.204…0.iluZ3VEndGY#scso=uid_WiW-eAAIR8UKY9tFCwOnTw_5:0&smids=/m/07zln_9&wptab=COMPARE

Steps to reproduce:

  1. Go to http://google.com/finance
  2. Search for any stock, e.g. BRK.B
  3. Click on “Compare” tab
  4. In “Compare custom stock or index” search box, enter a ticker, e.g. SPY
  5. Hit Enter

Observed behavior:
In Edge: when using the Compare tab to compare two stocks, all the area below the baseline time series (the blue line) is rendered black.

Expected behavior:
The black area should not exist. We should only see the blue and red lines on white background. This is the behavior in Chrome, Firefox and Safari.

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  • Microsoft Edge Team

    Changed Assigned To to “Steven K.”

    Changed Assigned To to “bbrinza”

    Changed Steps to Reproduce

    Changed Assigned To from “bbrinza” to “Ian P.”

    Changed Status to “Confirmed”

    Changed Steps to Reproduce

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