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To change a alternate state only for one particular dimension, this can be done through the area Dimension Add-ons.
Figure 50. Dimension Add-on stettings to change the alternate state for one dimension
Edit global alternate states
For more information please check the official Qlik Sense documentation.
Figure 51. The alternate state settings.
In vertical orientation this setting is used to use the background color over entire height (Fill) or only to the last menu item (Automatic).
Figure 52. The Layout section in the Appearance pane
The menubar allows setting border, padding and margin for the extension object. Border is a colored line around the element. Padding is a space inside the border. And margin is a space outside of the border.
Figure 53. menubar with border, padding and margin
Border, padding and margin are defined in the property panel under the appearance section. All three types have an option for uniform or individual settings. Uniform defines the setting for all directions and individual allows settings the properties for all directions (top, bottom, left, right). The border settings also allow settings the color for each individual direction.
Figure 54. Border, padding and margin settings
In the Position section, you can set the position of the menu bar inside its boundaries when the width or height is set to values in pixel other than Automatic. For example, the value 0 for Top removes the distance to the edge or next object above the menu completely.
Figure 55. The Position section showing default and individual settings.
For a detailed list of accepted color expressions, refer to Appendix A.1.
Figure 56. Part of the Colors section in the Appearance pane showing preselected colors and the color picker.
In dynamic mode the font size is calculated by using the font size and the scaling factor. The font size will determine the initial and minimal height of the font and the scaling factor decides by how much the size is changed relative to the extension size.
Figure 57. The Text section in the Appearance pane.
The background is only applied in the normal qlik sense mode and the play mode in qlik sense stories. The background is also only applied to the current worksheet. When the sheet is changed and there is no menubar the background is set back to default.
Figure 58. The Background section in the Appearance pane.
In the Display section, you can set the visibility of the Sense menu, selection, title bar, snapshot button and maximize button. The elements can be permanently hidden (Hide), shown (Show = default setting) or displayed depending on an expression. Snapshot button and maximize button options are only applied to the current menu extension.
Figure 59. Sense navbar buttons.
When using several menu objects on a sheet, ensure that all menus are defined identically for these settings. Otherwise, one menu could hide a bar and another could show this bar again, depending on which menu object is loaded as last one by Sense.
Figure 60. Define visibility of Sense menu, selection and title bar