There is a very annoying 'feature' in QlikView where the wallpaper appears lower on the sheet than it should, leaving a gap at the top. This is particularly problematic as I tend to use the wall paper to define the location of parts of my sheets.
This happens opens a document in IE plugin and more than one row of tabs is required, and then changes the size of their window so fewer rows of tabs is required. It can also happen in the Ajax client, despite that only ever having one tab row.
Has anyone else experienced this, and is anyone aware of a fix for it?
I'm thinking it may be a browser issue, but I have seen it at many different companies with may different browsers.
See this image as an example:
The blue header bar should appear directly under the tabs, but instead there is a gap showing the background colour.
I have the exact same problem at one of my customers. Or almost, there are two users that have this problem, and for them it occurs in Qlikview Desktop as well. All other users do not have this problem. I have not found a solution yet. Also tried to reinstall the desktop client.
Would love it if somebody has a solution for this!
It worked ok for me, however I tested on 11.20.12235 on IE. What are the dimensions/resolution of your image? Mine was a large image file (2800x1705). Also, What are your settings in Default Sheet Background? Attached is what I have.
Please let me know when you end up finding the culprit. Good luck.
That's interesting that it affects some users and not others at your site. Most places I have seen this it does not happen frequently, and I just advise people to press F5 when it occurs. One person at one of my customers frequently docs and un-docks their laptop from a docking station, and this causes it to go wrong every time.
I thought a magic fix was unlikely, but there is never any harm in asking!
The image is simply a banner, to keep global search, current selections and a few multiboxes in. It is 3200x60.
I have seen the issue when the tabs wrap on the IE plugin version. This is happening in the Ajax version though, so I am wondering if the Ajax buttons are wrapping onto two rows on the users low-res laptop screen.
Not been able to get onto the users machine who is having the issue, and typically I can not recreate the issue when I try to.
Whilst I can definitely see the merits of plain white, having a way of putting a dividing line between selections and visualisations that can not accidentally be clicked on is reason enough for me to go for a wallpaper.
Is it too much to expect it to stay where I put it?