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Formatting Charts

Hi all

I have read a lot of posts and blogs now, and I am struggling to see how to format charts beyond the basic properties in the Design Studio user interface. Clearly we need to use CSS, but I am struggling to see how we identify the elements of a chart to apply the CSS to.

I have seen posts that suggest using the F12 developer tools in IE and I am doing that, but what I am seeing does not relate to the posts in this forum.

Please, please please could someone give me some instructions? SAP seems to provided zero instructions so far.

I have a custom style sheet that I am using to apply styles to text boxes, list boxes, etc so far. How do I identify the elements of a chart?

Thanks

Al.

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  • Posted on May 07, 2014 at 05:55 PM

    Al - have you seen the CSS threads by Former Member

    like this one?

    It sounds like you are on the right path with the F12 in IE

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  • Posted on May 08, 2014 at 01:57 PM

    The following is an example of hitting F12 in IE after executing a Design Studio app. How would you work out how to identify the legend, to be able to define the font?

    Or even the colour? Someone in a post said:

    .chart1 g.v-m-legend g.v-label.viz-legend-valueLabel g.v-row path {fill: green;}

    Why does that start 'g.v-m-legend' and not something higher up the chain?

    Why was 'v-content' not included, or 'v-groups'?

    (and many more questions.)

    Any ideas please?

    Thanks

    Al.


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