QPR Installation Instructions

Navigating Your Scorecard

Navigating Your Scorecard

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Navigating Your Scorecard

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Viewing an element:

To view a certain element, click the element's symbol in the Hierarchy View. This will open the element in the Measure View. Likewise, an element's information items can be viewed by clicking the information item once. If an element has references to another scorecard, you can open the target scorecard by clicking the name of the reference at the upper left corner of the element.


Note: If the model has links to QPR Modeling Client views, the links are visible only if the corresponding QPR Modeling Client model is currently loaded into QPR Portal memory. One way to ensure this is to open the model in the Processes tab. Another possibility is to set all models to be loaded to memory in QPR Configuration Manager. However, this might have performance implications in environments with lots of large models.


Viewing or hiding subelements:

In the case subelements have been hidden in the view, you can choose to show them by right-clicking on the element and choosing the "Show subelements" option from the SVG context menu. You can hide the subelements in a similar manner, just right-click on an element that has subelements and select "Hide subelements" from the pop-up menu. Note that the Hide/Show subelements options are not available on all SVG viewers. Refer to QPR Administrator's Guide for more information.


If you are using Silverlight, you can view the hidden subelements by moving the mouse on the element and clicking the + sign which is displayed at the bottom of the element shape which has subelements when the mouse is moved over it. After clicking the + sign, the view is reloaded to show the subelements of that element. To hide the subelements again, click the - sign at the bottom of the element shape.


Navigating the View Using the Navigation Toolbar


The Hierarchy View has a floating navigation toolbar for easier navigation. In the case the toolbar is not visible and you want to use it, right-click on the view and select "Show Navigation Toolbar" from the pop-up menu. The toolbar can be freely moved anywhere in the view by pressing down the left mouse button, dragging the toolbar to the desired position, and releasing the button. The toolbar has the following buttons:



Scroll. There are two arrows for all four main directions. Clicking the small arrow scrolls the view to the selected direction a shorter distance, while the larger arrow scrolls a longer distance.


Original View. Returns the view to the state it was in when you opened the view.


Move. Click this button to switch to the moving mode. After clicking the button, you can move the scorecard in the view.


Fit to View. Centers the scorecard to the screen and zooms it to the largest possible size where the whole scorecard is still visible.


Zoom In/Out. Click the + button to zoom in the view and the - button to zoom out the view.


Close. Hides the navigation toolbar. The bar can be hidden also by selecting "Hide Navigation Toolbar" from the pop-up menu that can be accessed by clicking the right mouse button in the view. The toolbar can be shown again by selecting "Show Navigation Toolbar" from the aforementioned pop-up menu. However, the pop-up menu is not available with all SVG viewers or with Silverlight.


Note that the toolbar or the pop-up menu items related to the toolbar do not work with all SVG viewers or with Silverlight. Refer to QPR Administrator's Guide for more information.



Navigating the View Without the Navigation Toolbar


In the case the navigation toolbar is hidden, the following navigation possibilities are available:



To zoom in and out, right-click the view and select Zoom In/Zoom Out from the pop-up menu. Alternatively, you can zoom in by holding the Ctrl key and dragging the mouse across the view with the left mouse button held down. To zoom out, hold the Ctrl + Shift keys and click on the view.


To move the entire element hierarchy in the window, hold the Alt key and drag your mouse across the view.

Original view:

To go back to the original view, right-click the view and select Original View from the pop-up menu.