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martino
Partner
Partner

Changing Fontsize on the Data Point Values

I Would like to change the fontsize on the "Values on Data Point" to a size 6 but can't seem to find a way.

I Only want to change the fontsize on the "Value On Data point" the rest of the chart should remain the default fontsize .

I expect that there is an expression that makes it possible but can't find it.

Thanks in advance.

Regards

Martin

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kji
Employee
Employee

"Value on Data" point uses the axis font by default, but can be modified using the "Text Format" sub expression, setting it to ='<H1>' will give you a larger font, H6 a smaller font, with a few options inbetween. You can also use <B>, <I> and <U> for Bold, italic and underline.

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kji
Employee
Employee

"Value on Data" point uses the axis font by default, but can be modified using the "Text Format" sub expression, setting it to ='<H1>' will give you a larger font, H6 a smaller font, with a few options inbetween. You can also use <B>, <I> and <U> for Bold, italic and underline.

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martino
Partner
Partner
Author

I already knew about the Bold, Italic and underlige BUT the '<H1>' was exactly what i needed.

Thank You A LOT.

/Martin

mountaindude
Luminary Alumni
Luminary Alumni

Confirmed, this works at least for line charts.

For pie charts in a Trellis the Text Format sub expression doesn't seem to make any difference though.. Not sure if it is by design, or if it is possible, or if it's a bug..

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I want BOLD and H1 at the same time. Could you share the syntax?

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'<H1>' & '<B>'

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Thanks dear

I already knew about the Bold, Italic and underline BUT the '<H1>' to '<H6>' was really helpful.

Thank You A LOT.

Jassi

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Hi guys,

I have already used this solution and it works fine.

This time, I am trying to apply it to a pie chart to get external labels for each section.

I used the expression: if(count(distinct [Dimension])=1,[Dimension]) but I need to resize the font. It seems that the usual ='<H6>' solution does not work this time.

Any idea?

Thanks

M

Akshaya45
Contributor II
Contributor II

Hi, Where do i use this expression , can you please give some sample QVF Files.

 

Please help !!!