3D lines not outputting from WebGL Globe (potential CSS conflict?)

I am trying to add WebGL Globe rendering to a regular SaaS application (Splunk) and instead of getting lines from the globe, I only see dots.

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I suspect the app has its own CSS or something that overrides and hides or prevents lines from escaping. But I have no idea where to start debugging or what "nasty" CSS properties I should be looking for.

I'm not sure if this helps, but here are 2 screenshots from the CSS properties of two elements: <div>

and <canvas>

that are inside <div>


https://www.dropbox.com/s/x7qqkhimkh34h8q/Screenshot%202014-09-26%2000.40.35.png?dl=0 https://www.dropbox.com/s/h79190dgf2k99w6/Screenshot%202014-09 -26% 2000.40.44.png? Dl = 0

My sample JSON data is from this tutorial and it really is. I even tried a very simple dataset

[['series1', [0, 0, 1]]]


and even that didn't work (there was only one point).


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Your values ​​in your JSON file are very small, resulting in dots not looking like strings. try increasing the value to about 0.5 or so.



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