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Vizlib Flow Chart Properties - Appearance

The Appearance settings control the look and feel of your Vizlib Flow Chart


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General


In the General tab (Figure 1), you can choose to show or hide a Title, Subtitle and Footnote and Show or Hide details.


Figure 1: General


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Links Styling (Figure 2) contains settings for styling the links in the flow chart. With Link colors, there are options to choose a solid or blend-in Color mode (inheriting the colors of connecting nodes and blending them together), and set the Link Opacity. With Link Value Labels you can choose to display a label, set the Link Label Font Color, Links Label Font Size, Links Label Font Style and Links Label Position.


Figure 2: Links Styling


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Nodes Styling


Nodes Styling (Figure 3) allows you to apply styling to the nodes in the flow chart, setting the Nodes Width and Distance between nodes. You can also set the Border Color and Nodes Border Width


Figure 3: Nodes Styling


In the Label settings (Figure 4), you can choose the Label Orientation, Label Font Color, Label Font Size, Label Font Style, select to have the Label inside the node, and set the Node label length limit


Figure 4: Nodes Styling Label


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Colors


There are two option for applying Colors to the flow chart, with Color by Node (Figure 5) you can choose a Coloring Type (Classes color each node distinctly, Gradient colors the node based on measure value and Sequential colors the nodes on a pre-defined range). You can also choose to Use Custom Colors and enter HEX color codes, and also choose to Reverse colors and invert the color scheme. 


Figure 5: Color by Node


Sequential colors are defined by the user manually selecting the range at which colors are presented. As seen in the GIF below (Figure 6) colors are presented based on my parameters.


Figure 6: Sequential Coloring


When you choose Color by Dimension (Figure 7), you can choose Use Color Scheme to select from a range of pre-defined options or enter a custom list using HEX color codes, and select Reverse Colors to invert the color scheme.


Figure 7: Color by Dimension


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Dimension Titles


When you choose to enable Dimension Titles (Figure 8), you can set the Position, choose a Font Color, Font Size, Font Style and set a Background Color and Background opacity


Figure 8: Dimension Titles 


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Measure Title


When you enable Measure Title (Figure 9), you can set the measure Position, and choose the Font Color, Font Size, Font Style, a Background Color and Background Opacity.


Figure 9: Measure Title


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