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"Scrolled" Legend in DS 1.3 charts

Hi,

After upgrading DS from 1.2 to 1.3 I observed strange behaviour of legend in one of my charts.

After the upgrade legend entries are squeezed to one row only and a scrollbar appears below, so not all labels are visible for user.

BEFORE in DS 1.2

AFTER upgrade in 1.3 (same in patch 0 and in patch 1 released yesterday).

Did you have same issue? Is there any setting where I can change legend behaviour so it will look like in 1.2 version?

Thanks for help,

Pawel

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  • Posted on Aug 06, 2014 at 10:23 AM

    Could you check the settings and paddings in additional properties? Also the Legend position - see screen shot below:


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    Posted on Aug 06, 2014 at 10:30 AM

    I checked it earlier. No success.

    I even verified CSS settings for this chart. There is an option to change a color of chart scrollbar in legend, I can change the font size, but I cannot turn off this scrollbar.


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  • Posted on Aug 08, 2014 at 01:22 PM

    Hi,

    Improvements were introduced with respect to chart legends in Design Studio 1.3 (SP0 & SP1), with the introduction of the scrollbar to facilate legends with large text/keys and large number of entries in the legend area.

    However I see that this presence of the scrollbar is not ideal in this use case, if you wish to revert to the previous legend layout, please check the "Hierarchical" checkbox within the Additional Properties pane.

    You should now see the legend displayed within the chart on multiple lines (as it was in DS 1.2), with no scrollbar present.....

    Best regards,

    Brian

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