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Vizlib Waterfall Properties - Appearance

The Appearance tab manages settings relating to the look and feel of Vizlib Waterfall. 


General


In the General tab, you can choose to show or hide a title, add title details using the expression editors and show or hide waterfall details. 


Figure 1: General


Alternate States


Alternate States has settings related to adding the object to master visualizations (Figure 2).


Figure 2: Alternate States



Grid Format


The Grid Format tab (Figure 3lets you set properties for the Vizlib Waterfall grid, including the style, thickness and color. 


Figure 3: Grid Format


Connectors


The Connectors tab (Figure 4sets properties for the lines stretching between each value, including settings for line thickness, dash and color. You can also choose to show a percentage to indicate the rate of change between values, and opt to add a background to the percentage.


Figure 4: Connectors


Presentation


The Presentation tab (Figure 5) controls the orientation of the chart, allowing you to switch between a horizontal and vertical axis. 


Figure 5: Presentation


Total Bar


The Total Bar tab (Figure 6) has settings on showing, hiding and adding a label to the total bar. 


Figure 6: Total Bar


Colors


In the Colors tab (Figure 7) where you can choose the color of each feature. 


Figure 7: Colors


Legend


The Legend tab (Figure 8) has settings to customize the look and feel of the waterfall legend.


Figure 8: Legend 


X Axis


Figure 9 shows an example of  X Axis tab from Vizlib Waterfall. You can choose to show or hide the axis, change position, choose colors and font sizes and show a title. The position and dimension name are shown in the tab title. 


Figure 9: X Axis


Y Axis


Figure 10 shows an example of the tab for the Vizlib Waterfall Y Axis. You can choose to show or hide the axis, change position, choose colors and font sizes and show a title. The position and measure name are shown in the tab title. If you're using multiple measures, you will be able to configure the Y axis Label using a text box. 


Figure 10: Y Axis






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