There is no explicit setting for map background color but a big white box as a background layer will give the same effect.
Here's a geometry for a world covering box in WGS84, place in load script, use bg_box as dim/geometry
load * inline "
world|'[[ [-180, -80], [-180, 80], [ 180, 80], [ 180, -80], [-180, -80] ]]'
(ansi, txt, delimiter is '|', embedded labels)
To render: change draw order to Geodata layer, switch off the info bubble, don't include in AutoZoom, make the layer non-selectable and set color mode to single color: white.
Thanks for your suggestion.
I have tried your solution, its working but not fulfilling our expectation. I took area layer and set bg_box as dimension, single color is white. But entire map is not converting as white background. Only the canvas area of map is white. We are using the same map in mashup for some custom map.
Following properties I have settled in bg_box area layer:
1. Dimension: bg_box
2. Include auto zoom: unchecked
3. Draw order :-1
4. Show Info bubble: Unchecked
Have a look in below image that how map is coming in qlik sense desktop:
In below image, red border area is grayed, it also should be white + gray dark border on right side of map should not be appear.
Mashup view of map:
See in below mashup, we have white BG in middle but in left and right we have gray.
Can you please suggest that how can we get rid of this issue?