Element Details: Input+Selection+Style
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Available in: Logi Info Source code name: InputSelectionStyleIntroduced in: v11.3.049

The InputSelectionStyle element allows customization of the appearance of selection regions and points.



ATTRIBUTES

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NamePossible ValuesDescription
BorderColor
UserDefined
Sets the color of border lines. Enter a color by name, decimal RGB value, or hex RGB value. Prefix hex values with the pound sign, like #112233.
BorderColorTransparency
UserDefined
7
15
0
The related Border Color attribute sets the canvas border line color. Border Color Transparency adds transparency to that color. The lowest value of “0” specifies that the border line is opaque, with no transparency. At the other end of the scale, “15” specifies a completely transparent line. Use medium-level transparency to allow different chart layers to show through each other.
BorderThickness
UserDefined
The thickness of the border in pixels.
Color
UserDefined
Sets the element's color. Enter a color by name, decimal RGB value, or hex RGB value. Prefix hex values with the pound sign, like #112233. For bar charts, each bar can be a different color by entering multiple colors, each separated by a comma. When using a Crosstab Filter under the Chart's DataLayer, use comma-separated colors and a Legend element so each crosstab set can be identified.
CursorStyle
UserDefined
A CSS cursor property. Example: url(rdTemplate/rdDashboard/rdHandFilter.cur),auto
SelectionAreaColor
UserDefined
Specifies the color of the selection area on the chart.
SelectionAreaColorTransparency
7
15
0
Sets the transparency for the related SelectionAreaColor. The lowest value of "0" specifies that the point fill is opaque, with no transparency. At the other end of the scale, "15" specifies a completely transparent fill. Use medium-level transparency to allow different chart layers to show through each other.
Transparency
UserDefined
7
15
0
Indicates a level of transparency of the element. The lowest value of 0 indicates that the element is opaque, with no transparency. The other end of the scale, 15, indicates a completely transparent element. Use medium-level transparency to allow different chart layers to show through each other.



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