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hkg_qlik
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Font Changes

Hi,

I have a request from a user to change the Font size, Color and also want to make it Bold.

Attached chart object where the count has been highlighted needs the changes as discussed above.

Thanks,

H

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mov
Esteemed Contributor III

Re: Font Changes

You can do it using attribute expressions.

On the Expressions tab, click the "+" sign at your expression name.  Select "Text Color".  In definition, type expression for color, e.g. rgb(255,0,0) for red.

Next, select "Text Format".  Expression definition will be '<b>' to make it bold.

Regards,

Michael

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MVP & Luminary
MVP & Luminary

Re: Font Changes

If you're using the Text on Axis option you can change the color using the Axis Color button in the Dimension Axis part of the Axes tab of the charts properties window. I don't think you can change the font size and style.


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Re: Font Changes

Try to change axis font...

Look at the screenshot

Mario

screenshot.15.jpg

mov
Esteemed Contributor III

Re: Font Changes

You can do it using attribute expressions.

On the Expressions tab, click the "+" sign at your expression name.  Select "Text Color".  In definition, type expression for color, e.g. rgb(255,0,0) for red.

Next, select "Text Format".  Expression definition will be '<b>' to make it bold.

Regards,

Michael

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mov
Esteemed Contributor III

Re: Font Changes

Gysbert Wassenaar, mariocarmine

From the screenshot, it looks like "text on Axis", hence can be modified by attribute expressions.

If it is the Dimension values on Axis, than you're right and I'm not.

Regards,

Michael

hkg_qlik
Contributor III

Re: Font Changes

Thank you all but the count is visible because of selection : Text on Axis. So even if I make font changes it is not reflecting. as shown in the image below(attached)Change Font 2.PNG.png

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Re: Re: Font Changes

Michael Solomovich You're right!