GeoAnalytics February 2018 is now available for download. Note that if users upgrade to Sense February they should upgrade to GeoAnalytics February.
Custom Themes and Sense colors in QGA
The coloring has been upgraded so we now take full use of all Sense color functions. QGA works with custom color palettes from themes and master item colors in measure and dimensions. You don’t have to use a custom color expression to reuse colors in maps and charts anymore.
Default map url
The map url don’t need to be in the app, simplifies deployment moving apps from development to production with multiple map servers.
More tile layers
We can now use tile map services that don’t set a proper http header.
And also some nice bug fixes: storytelling with multiple maps, FIPS support for federal customers, opacity correction for advanced popups.
Hi Patric - hope all is well. Was this issue resolved? I tested GA April SR1 using the color styler and color brewer themes; however most of the sequential color gradients get assigned as if they were classes instead of sequential.
I'm getting an inconsistent result. In the color brewer theme (link in my previous post) I selected to gradients. The very first one works, but none of the other gradients seem to work. They end up being displayed as class. Pics below:
Patric - I eventually figured out the issue with the colorbrewer and colorstyler themes I downloaded from other blog posts. The gradient propertyValue must end with sg or dg. In the pic above, "custsgPR2" won't be recognized, but "custPR2-sg" or "custPR2-dg" will properly display it as a gradient rather than class.
I’ve been debugging the original theme in the post and it is most likely a cache issue, that’s why changes don’t take effect. To clear the cache in Qlik Sense Desktop: ctrl+shift+right mouse on the toolbar and open the DevTools:
Pick the Network tab, click “disable cache” and hit reload (F5).