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Vizlib Toolbar Properties - Appearance

The Appearance tab manages settings relating to the look and feel of your Vizlib Toolbar object. Note on Colors: If you want to change any color settings, you'll use the color picker. You can find a complete guide to using the color picker here 



In the General tab (Figure 1), you can choose to show or hide a title, add title details using the expression editors and show or hide toolbar details. 

Figure 1: General

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Alternate States

Alternate States has settings related to adding the object to master visualizations (Figure 2). You can find more information about working with alternate states here  

Figure 2: Alternate States

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The Colors settings (Figure 3let you select the colors for Toolbar background, Element background, Item background and Borders, using the Color Picker. 

Figure 3: Colors

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Font Settings

The Font settings (Figure 4sets properties for the Font color, Font family, Font style and Font size. If you choose a Responsive Font size, the font will change size if the toolbar object is re-sized. 

Figure 4: Font Settings

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Label Settings

When Show labels is activated, the Label Settings (Figure 5) allow you to display a label and set the label Font color, Font family, Font style and Font size. If you choose a Responsive font style, the font will change size if the toolbar is re-sized.  

Figure 5: Label Settings

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Layout Settings

The Layout Settings (Figure 6) contains sliders which allow you to set the Margin between elements and the Elements padding (the area between each element).  

Figure 6: Layout Settings

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