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Partner
Partner

formating List box

Hello,

I have spend some time and this and now I need some ideas.

I am trying to format the list box below to look like image 2.

how can this be achieved? any suggestion is welcomed.

cheers

List box

expected view

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I've done like below

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Before develop something, think If placed (The Right information | To the right people | At the Right time | In the Right place | With the Right context)

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Specialist III
Specialist III

Hi,

The second image you have shared is legend. In QlikView List box and legend are two different phenomena.

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MVP & Luminary
MVP & Luminary

It's not possible to get exact this view with a listbox but there are workarounds.

You could get quite near by using a table-chart for it but even if you could select values with it it won't have the same functionality like a listbox.

Within a listbox you could use an additionally expressions which could be displayed as gauge: Re: Faking List boxes with Straight Table.

- Marcus

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I've done like below

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Before develop something, think If placed (The Right information | To the right people | At the Right time | In the Right place | With the Right context)

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Specialist
Specialist

Hi, Didier!

You also can create a straight table with "Part" dimension and a "=sum({1}1)" expression (it will ignore any selections).

Hide this expression and get on your imagination!

I mean you can:

1. Add some new columns, size them to squares and change their color by your taste;

2. Add an expression which will be shown as a picture (f.e. Display images in straight table).

and so on...

P.S.: The 2nd way makes QV report look interesting.