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I have my headings as blue since "Frog" is chosen. And when "Frog" is not chosen, the table headings change to green:
=if([Frog/Bug]='Frog',RGB (30,144,255),RGB (124, 252,0))
However, I want my rows to alternate grey and light grey, regardless of if "Frog" is chosen or not. How do I make it look like below?
you can use background color expression:
=pick(mod(rowno(total ), 2) +1, rgb(color1), rgb(color2))
Thank you! Where do I type that in?
Also will that allow me to keep my first column and top row the colors I want?
Are you using the native qlik sense pivot table? if you expand your measure(s) you can set background color expression.
Native (Straight) table you'd put on your dimension(s) and measure(s).
Extensions, like the vizlib pivot have properties to set alternating row colors.
I was using the native table (not pivot table). I could use Vizlib instead though. I looked at it and could not find, in Vizlib, the part for alternating row colors.
Vizlib straight table:
In Appearance > tick Background switch to "striped"
Appearance > columns (Right) cells
set even/odd cells color.
You can add a table and choose from template which might help in the future trying to find some properties that are setup.
In the native table (not pivot or Vizlib) I'm going to 'appearance -> Columns (right) cells. There is no even/odd option though.
In appearance I also do not see an 'background' option either...
I did open a VizLib file for a brief moment to glance at the templates but they did not have what I am looking for.
The alternate row option is only available in viz lib table/pivot table.
If you are using native table, go into each dimensoin/expression, and in the background color use the formula i posted
Thanks ! It's working -
However - how do I get that to show up in my 'null' cell as well? Apparently it only shows up in the cells with data.
I don't believe that will be possible. Same with Vizlib. Vizlib has a property to color null cells, but it won't reflect the alternating background color.