After changing the ItemColorSet on a line graph and closing and opening the windows editor the color in the graph is set back to it's original color.
Altough the ItemColorSet doesn't change, so that ItemColorSet retains the changes I made.
I'm making a graph with a line chart and I've changed the first color (since i'm only in need of 1) in the itemColorSet.
And every time i close and reopen the editor the color on the graph gets changed back to it's default value, the blue.
Is this perhaps because of the Alpha value?
I am not able to reproduce this issue on my side.
I create an app which has a line chart in it.
The same with you, I change the ItemColorSet property of the Line chart control to [RGBA(246,199,144,1)].
Then I close and reopen the app, the color of the line is what I set before. It doesn’t change back to its default value.
Both on Web player and Windows studio, there is no issue with the color of the line.
Do you have any other settings for this control?
Please try again with it.
I can't see any other possible property that would affect it,
Though to be clear I meant closing the entire editor, when i open and close the app preview the color stays the way i want it.
Thanks for updates.
I checked the app I created yesterday this morning, of course, I closed the PowerApps studio(the entire editor) then reopened it, then when I open the app, the color is still what I set for it.
What’s the PowerApps version on your side? Please make sure you are using the latest version. On my side, it is 2.0.706.
Hey Mabel Mao
Thanks a lot for looking in to it.
I'm using the 2.0.706 version as well.
One important part I forgot to mention somehow is my data source, my Items property is quite complex:
Switch(MachineStatsGallery.Selected.Type, "Uptime", MachineUptimeGallery.AllItems, "Quality", MachineQualityGallery.AllItems, "Speed", MachineSpeedGallery.AllItems)
The uptime, quality and speed galleries are used for reusability. They are all from the same data source but I added a different calculated column for each of them so they could share the same Id, and 'Value' (the calculated colum), which then could differ depending on the type i selected.
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