A Layout setting will apply to the current object only, if it is made
from the Object Properties
A Layout setting will apply to all objects of the specified type(s) in the document, if it is made from the Document Properties page.
Enable this setting in order to use a border around the sheet object. Specify the type of border by selecting it in the drop-down menu.
|Shadow Intensity||The Shadow Intensity drop-down menu makes it possible to set the intensity of the shadow that surrounds the sheet objects. There is also the choice of No Shadow.|
|Border Style||The following predefined border types are available:
A solid unicolored border.
Border giving the impression of depressing the sheet object from the background.
Border giving the impression of raising the sheet object from the background.
Border giving the impression of a wall around the sheet object.
|Border Width||This option is available for all border types. The width can be specified in mm, cm, inches (", inch), pixels (px, pxl, pixel), points (pt, pts, point) or docunits (du, docunit).|
|Color||Click this button to open a dialog in which an appropriate base color can be chosen from the color palette for all border types.|
|Rainbow||Creates a rainbow colored border for all border types. The rainbow will start with the selected base color on top of the sheet object.|
When Simplified is the chosen Styling Mode in Document Properties: General, there is no choice of border type, there is only the Shadow Intensity drop-down menu and the Border Width setting.
In the Rounded Corners group the general shape of the sheet object is defined. These settings allow for drawing of sheet objects ranging from perfectly circular/elliptical via super elliptical to rectangular. Rounded Corners is only available if you have selected Advanced Styling Mode in Document Properties: General.
|Rounded Corners||Checking this option makes the alternatives for rounded corner shapes possible.|
|Corners||Corners for which the check box remains unmarked will be drawn rectangular instead.|
|Squareness||A variable number between 2 and 100 where 100 defines a rectangle with perfectly square corners and 2 corresponds to a perfect ellipse (a circle for a 1:1 aspect ratio). A squareness between 2 and 5 is usually optimal for achieving rounded corners.|
|Corner Radius||This setting determines the radius of the corners in fixed distance (Fixed) or in percent of the total quadrant (Relative (%)). This setting lets you control the extent to which the corners will be affected by the underlying general shape set under Squareness. The distance can be specified in mm, cm, inches (", inch), pixels (px, pxl, pixel), points (pt, pts, point) or docunits (du, docunit).|
In the Layer group an object can be defined as residing in one of three layers:
|Bottom||A sheet object with the Bottom layer property can never obscure sheet objects in the Normal and Top layers. It can only be placed on top of other sheet objects in the Bottom layer.|
|Normal||When created, sheet objects reside in the Normal (middle) layer. A sheet object in the Normal layer can never be obscured by sheet objects in the Bottom layer and can never obscure sheet objects in the Top layer.|
|Top||A sheet object in the Top layer can never be obscured by sheet objects in the Normal and Bottom layers. Only other sheet objects in the Top layer can be placed on top of it.|
|Custom||The Top, Normal and Bottom layers correspond to internally numbered layers 1, 0 and -1 respectively. In fact all values between -128 and 127 are accepted. Choose this option to enter a value of your choice.|
Opens the Theme Maker wizard where you can create a layout theme.
Apply Theme ...
You can apply a layout theme to the object, sheet or document.
See: Layout Themes
In the Show group it is possible to specify a condition under which the sheet object is displayed:
|Always||The sheet object will always be displayed.|
The sheet object will be shown or hidden depending on a conditional function which will be evaluated continuously depending on e.g. selections etc. The sheet object will only be visible when the condition returns TRUE.
Users with Admin privileges for the document can override all show conditions by selecting Show All Sheets and Sheet Objects in Document Properties: Security. This functionality can be toggled by pressing Ctrl+Shift+S.
In the Options group, it is possible to disallow moving and resizing of the sheet object. The settings in this group are only relevant if the corresponding check boxes are enabled in Document Properties: Layout and Sheet Properties: Security.
|Allow Move/Size||If this option has been deselected it will be impossible to move or resize the sheet object.|
|Allow Copy/Clone||If this option has been deselected it will be impossible to make a copy of the sheet object.|
When the info function is in use an info icon will be displayed in the window caption whenever a field value has information associated to it. If you don't want the info icon to be displayed in the caption, you can uncheck this option.
|Size to Data||Normally the borders around all table sheet objects in QlikView will shrink when selections cause the size of the table to be less than allocated size for the sheet object. By deselecting this check box this automatic adjustment of size will be turned off leaving any surplus space blank.|
Various controls for changing the scrollbar layout are located in the Scrollbars group:
|Preserve Scroll Position||
With this setting enabled, QlikView will try to preserve the scroll position of tables and charts with a scroll bar when a selection is made in another object. The setting must be enabled in User Preferences: Objects as well.
The scroll position is not preserved when you close the document.
|Scroll Buttons||Sets the scroll button color. Select a color by clicking the button. Note that medium gray tones often render the best results for scroll bars. Either color can be defined as a solid color or a gradient via the Color Area dialog that opens when you click the appropriate button.|
|Scrollbar Width||This control affects both the width and the relative size of the scrollbar symbols.|
|Scroll Style||Sets the scroll bar style. Select a style in the drop-down control. The Classic scroll bar style corresponds to QlikView 4/5 scroll bars. The Standard scroll bar style gives a more modern look. The third style is Light, which is a thinner, lighter bar.|
|Apply To...||Opens the Caption and Border Properties dialog where you can set where to apply the properties that have been set on the Layout page.|