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Hiding the reference line values

Hi everyone,

i got a problem hiding the reference line values i created in a visualisation. I attached a picture of the problem where you can see the values of the reference lines i created.

Is there any possibility to hide the values of the reference lines?

Thanks in advance for the help!

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vijetasharma
Contributor III

Re: Hiding the reference line values

please check have you enable show labels option in reference line try to uncheck that option.

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Re: Hiding the reference line values

Hi Vijeta,

Yes I have enabled the the Button show in add-ons. Otherwise the reference line is not displayed at all!refence_line_button.PNG

Greetings

Re: Hiding the reference line values

Hi Florian, maybe yoy re telling about the axis values?

In the 'axis' tab, try checking the 'Hide axis' option.

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Re: Hiding the reference line values

Hi Ruben,

i set the labels and title on the y-axis to none, but this had no effect on the values of the reference lines!

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Best regards Florian

Re: Hiding the reference line values

Hi Florian, sorry I  gave a QlikView answer.

In Sense I don't know how to hide the values, a workaround can be set the color of the reference to white, can you try if this works for you?

kaanerisen
Contributor III

Re: Hiding the reference line values

Hi Florian,

There is no hiding option for referance line value for standart qlik sense charts as far as I know. Maybe you can find an extension on Qlik Branch that has an option as you want.

Regards,

Kaan Erişen

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Re: Hiding the reference line values

Hey Ruben,

if I set the color to white, the whole reference line is disappearing, but the line itself needs to stay black.

But thanks for the hint!

Re: Hiding the reference line values

You're right, that won't work. I also tried using Dual(), this can hide the value but still shows the '()', so I can't find a standard solution for this.

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