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I have a chart like the picture below:
I just want the yellow symbol to have black border around it. Is that possible??
Thanks in Advance.
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An possibilty might be to use two equally expressions unless the point-color and point-size. This meant for example a black point of size 4 and yellow-point of size 3 over it.
i don't think so,can u share ur .qvw with data we can see?
Why not? You should choose Chart Properties and tab Expressions.
I am with Shiva on this one, The only option you have are in the drop down next to the symbol check box.
In chart properties > Expressions > Display Options
Thanks for the reply but it didn't worked for me.
I tried the expression "=Black()" for line style to no avail.
And using the above expression in background color makes the whole symbol go black. as I am coloring the symbol with a similar formula.
I'm Actually using this workaround. but it messes up the table as I'm using fast change.
I didn't mention this in question to see if there is more solid and easy solution to my problem or not.
The fast type-change had often disadvantages - maybe it's better to use several different objects within a container.
No, no, =black() only for Backgroung color. For Line Style you should choose other parameter.
You should click button Help in this window and read correct parameters
may be this helps!,play around for line color,i don't think so tht's possible.