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.
i don't think so,can u share ur .qvw with data we can see?
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
Why not? You should choose Chart Properties and tab Expressions.
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.
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
Thanks but I knew all this and it isn't the answer to my question.
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'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.
may be this helps!,play around for line color,i don't think so tht's possible.
I've tried all the fields you pointed out in the pictures to no avail.
and I didn't clearly understand what u said before the picture. could you be more clear?
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