StyleCode Property: tileColor

tileColor

Choose the accent color for a tile.

Applies toTypeDefault
barchart
form
histogram
label
linechart
markdown
piechart
plot
assert
logo
scalar
scatter
summary
table
upload
error
colorblack

Examples

// Example: barchart
{ tileColor: black }
show barchart "My Chart" a1b6 with
  sum(Quantity)
  group by Category

// Example: form
{ tileColor: black }
show form "My Form" a1b1 with
  Form.SKU
  Form.Maximum

// Example: histogram
{ tileColor: black }
show histogram "My Histogram" a1 tomato with
  PO.Delay

// Example: label
{ tileColor: black }
show label "My Label" a1b1 tomato

// Example: linechart
{ tileColor: black }
show linechart "My Chart" a1b6 with
  Day.StockOnHand
  Day.StockOnOrder

// Example: markdown
{ tileColor: black }
show markdown "My Markdown" a1b3 tomato with """
Some markdown
"""

// Example: piechart
{ tileColor: black }
show piechart "My Chart" a1b6 with
  sum(Quantity)
  group by Category

// Example: plot
{ tileColor: black }
show plot "My Plot" a1d4 with
  Sales.Quantity
  Sales.Discount

// Example: assert
{ tileColor: black }
UNKNOWN TILE assert

// Example: logo
{ tileColor: black }
UNKNOWN TILE logo

// Example: scalar
{ tileColor: black }
show scalar "My Scalar" a1 tomato with
  sum(Quantity)

// Example: scatter
{ tileColor: black }
show scatter "My Plot" a1d4 with
  Sales.Quantity
  Sales.Discount

// Example: summary
{ tileColor: black }
show summary "My Scalar" a1b3 tomato with
  sum(Quantity)
  sum(NetAmount)

// Example: table
{ tileColor: black }
show table "My Table" a1c4 tomato with
  Orders.Date
  Orders.Quantity

// Example: upload
{ tileColor: black }
show upload "My Upload" a1b1 editable:"example"

Details

Color pipelines use the accent color in their default mode to give a touch of color to the tile. For more information, refer to the color pipeline for each tile.

In practice, this property is rarely specified with StyleCode syntax (unless it is provided as an Envision expression). Instead, the standard Envision syntax specifies the tile color after the tile and position in the show statement:

show scalar "Value" a1b1 red with A