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Vizlib Sheet Menu Properties - Appearance


This section gives you the opportunity to format the look and feel of your navigation panel, make it look more branded, change the style, and provide some themed consistency across your apps. You can modify the style of individual sheet items, the button and/or overall settings such as the background color, height or border visibility of the navigation bars.

Note: If you are using version 3.0.0 of Vizlib Sheet Menu (or above) the Appearance properties will be different to those in this article, please click here for your correct version. 

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Top Menu Bar

  • Height

Define the height of the sheet menu top bar.

  • Background

Choose the background color of the top menu (you can use the color- picker or standard Qlik-Sense Expression here.)

  • Border

Click on the boxes to enable/ disable borders.

  • Border Style

Choose one of the available border styles.

  • Border Color

Define the color of the borders.

  • Border Width

Determine the thickness of the borders.

height examples:

background styling examples:

border styling examples:

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Menu Buttons

  • Buttons Size:

Choose the size of the borders.

  • Font

Define the font color (using a color- picker or a standard qlik sense expression).

  • Background Color

Set the background color.

  • Border

Style the borders defining the color, thickness, radius, style and displayed elements

buttons small size example:

buttons extra large size example:

borders font and background colors example:           

borders styling example:

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Sheet Menu Items

  • Sheets

Style the hover and active sheets by defining the sheets font and background colors and font style.

hover sheet styling example:

active sheet styling example:

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Side Menu

Here you have the ability to style the side menu.

side menu styling example:

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Side Menu now offers an auto-close option (in collapsible mode) when navigating via the side menu or clicking away from the side menu.

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