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BUG: Pivot table colour issue

Hi,

I have a measure in a pivot table with WHITE font colour and it hides in the background. I can see the number when I hover the mouse (pic below) or even when i change the colour of the measure. Why is this happening  Any way to fix it ? Seems like a bug

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Re: BUG: Pivot table colour issue

You can try the following 2 things:

    1. Under Visual clues Tab--> for your expression, play with the Upper/Normal/Lower/Text  Text/background colors...
    2. Under Style Tab --> Select Current style as [Custom] and play with the background settings using the Background button. Making background transparency to 0 should solve this problem

Let me know if it worked

Partner
Partner

Re: BUG: Pivot table colour issue

It is not bug.

You are just changing font color but value is still there.

If you don't want this value to be display there you can work it in set analysis.

Partner
Partner

Re: BUG: Pivot table colour issue

Hi Vinol,

What do you want to achieve with white color?

For now you can delete expression on text color expression, it will back to default.

Regards,

Marco

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Re: BUG: Pivot table colour issue

The default colour was white, I have no expression given. Why should it be white as default !! I need to change colour manually for every measure

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Re: BUG: Pivot table colour issue

what is the qlik version you are using?

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Re: BUG: Pivot table colour issue

Using 3.1

I deleted the object and re-made it . Magically the issue is gone

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Partner

Re: BUG: Pivot table colour issue

great

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Re: BUG: Pivot table colour issue

Hi Guys - Keep and eye on this and let me know

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