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Line Color

You can define the line to use either the color of the range value with the Range color option, or you can use a Specific color, which can be selected from the drop-down menu accessible by clicking the color button.

 

Background Color

You can define the background to use either the color of the range value with the Range color option, or you can use a Specific color, which can be selected from the drop-down menu accessible by clicking the color button.

 

Shadow

A shadow for the background shape can be toggled with the Show shadow option.

 

You can define the shadow to use either the color of the range value with the Range color option, or you can use a Specific color, which can be selected from the drop-down menu accessible by clicking the color button.

 

Ticking the Show color indicating hidden subelements option enables a color to be shown to indicate that the element has hidden subelements. You can define the color to be either the color of the range value with the Range color option, or you can use a Specific color, which can be selected from the drop-down menu accessible by clicking the color button.

 

 

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