I am regularly exporting sheets to PDF. For this reason I adapted the layout of the sheets in question to come out the way I want them to in the resulting PDF.
However, the last two QlikSense Updates came with some - to my knowledge undocumented - changes to the way sheets are exported to PDF.
Since the penultimate update I am having issues with font sizes within visualizations such as tables. The the text/values within the tables is/are not enlarged as a table expands to cover the available space.
Since the last update certain viualizations are not exported at all. For example the Multi-KPI from the visualization bundle is missing from all my exported PDF files.
Did anyone also come across these issues or could provide me with any help?
Please read under " Limitations of visualization extension bundles supplied by Qlik"
"Exporting to image, PDF or Excel is not supported."
For the "The the text/values within the tables is/are not enlarged as a table expands to cover the available space." Can you provide a example that replicate? provide also exact Qlik version, unfortunately, I cannot determine such with "penultimate update"terms.
As far I can tell its always been like this, since the Visualization bundle were release. Anyways, it is documented and as it described "unsupported".
Concerning the visualization bundle: I can second what was said there, it worked just fine until the July 2019 update.
Concerning sizing/scaling/ratio: As far as I can remember the changes occured when I updated to the April (?) 2019 version. Before, when fitting a sheet to a desired output size (A4 for example), a table used up all the space in the x direction and the font sizes were enlarged accordingly. Ever since, when a table is resized to take up the entire width of a page, the font sizes don't change. Don't get me wrong here, the way sheets are exporting got a lot better, it is way more predictable than before when it actually was a lot of trial an error. Maybe adding an option to change font sizes in all the standard visualizations might be a solution (as is possible in the Multi-KPI-visualization).
I do facing the same issue where unable to export multi KPI into PDF.
Where I study the help file it do mention multi KPI is available for export.
Refer to Capture.JPG and the link https://help.qlik.com/en-US/sense/June2019/Subsystems/Hub/Content/Sense_Hub/Visualizations/create-vi...
Whether Qlik support can look into this matter?