|CellBorderColor||Sets the color of the border lines.
For charts, you may select "Transparent".
Enter a color by name, decimal RGB value, or hex RGB value. Prefix hex values with the pound sign, like #112233.|
|CellBorderColorTransparency||The related Cell Border Color attribute sets the color of cell border lines. Cell 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.|
|CellBorderThickness||Sets the thickness of the border lines, in pixels, when the related Cell Border Color attribute has a value.
The default value is 1 pixel.
|DisableMouseTracking||Disables mouse tracking for a specific series, when set to "True". This affects tooltips and click events on graphs and points. For large datasets, this may improve performance.
The default value is "False".
|HeatmapColorDataColumn||(Required) The name of a data field/column returned from the DataLayer.|
|HeatmapLabelDataColumn||(Required) The name of a data field/column returned from the DataLayer.|
|HeatmapSizeDataColumn||(Required) The name of a data field/column returned from the DataLayer.|
|HighValueColor||The color used for the highest values of the data set.
The default is green.|
|HoverBrightness||HoverBrightness allows customization of regions' brightness when the mouse pointer hovers over charts.
Values can be between 0 (no change) and 15 (lighter).
The default is 2.
|ID||The ID attribute is a pervasive attribute that uniquely identifies an element within a definition file. The ID needs to be a unique value within the definition.|
|LowValueColor||The color used for the lowest values of the data set.
The default is red.|
|MediumValueColor||The color used for values that are in the middle of the data set.
For CellColorSliders, the default is yellow. Otherwise, the default is the color between the LowValueColor and HighValueColor.|