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dmelillo
Creator III
Creator III

Text on Axis and Value on Data Points Colors

I have a chart with two expressions: The count of items and the percentage of that count of items. I am trying to make the text on axis BLACK and the text on data points WHITE. It seems like I cannot change the color of each expression seperately. The only changes that are applied are the changes I make in the Count expression. I have tried changing the Text Color in the Percent expression and it does nothing. I included a screenshot below to clarify.

Any help is appreciated. Thank you.

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tiago_hubner
Partner - Contributor III
Partner - Contributor III

Hi David,

Do you need change the colors like this example?

Regards.

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miguelbraga
Specialist III
Specialist III

Hi David

Can you please share your qvw file? Have you used the colormix?

Regards,

MB

tiago_hubner
Partner - Contributor III
Partner - Contributor III

Hi David,

Do you need change the colors like this example?

Regards.

ThornOfCrowns
Specialist II
Specialist II

QV_Dual_Example.PNG

You can use DUAL to add an overlay to the bar, which can be a different colour.

miguelbraga
Specialist III
Specialist III

Like this?

test.png

Regards,

MB

dmelillo
Creator III
Creator III
Author

Miguel - I cannot share my qvw and I do not think I need the color mix option. The way I understand the color mix is that it changes color based on expression value. I am simply trying to make the text of different expressions different colors to differentiate on the same graph.

dmelillo
Creator III
Creator III
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Thanks for this Tiago. I had to switch around some things on my chart to match what you had in your example and it worked.

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hi James, could you tell how i can make use of dual to achieve the graph you post?