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Lumira: Crosstab row height / reduced crosstab layout?

Hello experts,

At the Moment we are gathering experience with Lumira 1.31.2.

Now we came across something that is a big issue for us:

We want to display a lot of data in a crosstab with as little space as possible.

So the standard layout for the crosstab does not work for us.

It looks nice, but there is way too much unused space in each cell.

We can change the width of the cells to any value we like, but not the height.

Here we have a fixed lower limit of 32px.

So our question is:

Is there any way to change the height of cells in a crosstab to a value below 32px?

Or is there maybe even a way to get some kind of reduced crosstab layout which may not look as nice as the standard layout, but would reduce the space needed to display larger amounts of data (maybe an extension)?

Thank you & best regards

Simon

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  • Jan 26, 2017 at 02:20 PM

    I have the same issues.

    Any News....

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  • Mar 01, 2017 at 06:45 PM

    Hi Simon

    Unfortunately, not at this time. A great post to the SAP Idea Place though. (see link under my sig)

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  • Apr 12, 2017 at 09:14 PM

    Hi Simon,

    I tested and verified with Lumira 1.3.3 default height for rows and columns is 32px. It's minimum, I cannot decrease :( but we can able to increase it from 32px to higher. :)

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