Each chart series can be made semi-transparent to allow to see the other series behind it.
The Opacity of the Series can be configured in tab Advanced :

Chart Opacity configure

Chart Opacity runtime before

… will turn into :

Chart Opacity runtime after


Some Chart types can display markers on the series.

Edit the Series Settings, in tab Advanced, check Show Markers :

Chart ShowMarker configure

Chart ShowMarker runtime before

… will turn into :

Chart ShowMarker runtime after


Some Chart types can display a dashed line instead of a continuous line :

Chart Dashed Line configure

Chart Dashed Line runtime before

… will turn into :

Chart Dashed Line runtime after

Line Thickness

(new in 2020 R2)

Some Chart types draw a line. The Thickness of this line can be configured :

Chart Thickness configure

Chart Thickness runtime before

Chart Thickness runtime after


Some Chart types can have a border around the shapes :

Chart Border configure

Border Color : select a color from the color picker
Border Thickness : give a value greater than zero to see the border, increase to have a thicker border
Border Dashed : if the border exists (Thickness > 0), you can display it as a dashed line instead of continuous

Chart Border runtime before

… will turn into :

Chart Border runtime after

Spline Type

Some Chart types are based on a Spline, which display an interpolated line.
The Spline Type controls the interpolation type depending on the calculation made :

  • Natural
  • Monotonic (Note : this style doesn’t overshoot : it doesn’t go over or under the actual values)
  • Cardinal
  • Clamped
Last modified: Sep 13, 2021


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