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Change size of a graph?

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I need to gave a nice LARGE graph for detailed presentation of one of my graphs. How do I do that?

I tried to create a map with the graph and define its size in map designer, but the resulting graph is small. Can I create a custom graph that will be big and detailed lets say 1500 x 600 px

graph map size

Created on Jan 17, 2011 1:33:37 PM by  Maciej Eckstein (60) 2 1



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Hello,

first of all, there is a small icon/button next to each graph which will open the graph zoomed in a new browser tab/window. Please try that. The second option is to copy the graphs URL via right-click in your browser on the graph-image (depending on the browser "Copy Image URL"), and then use this URL in a new browser tab/window. You will notice two parameters &width= and &height= which determine the size of the graph.

https://10.0.2.175/chart.png?type=graph&graphid=0&width=825&height=300&graphstylefile=graphstyling.htm&animationandinteraction=1&datastylefile=graphdatastyling.htm&animationstylefile=graphanimationstyling.htm&graphstyling=baseFontSize%3D%2710%27+showLegend%3D%270%27&tooltexts=1&datastyling=drawAnchors%3D%271%27+anchorRadius%3D%271%27+lineThickness%3D%272%27&refreshable=true&columns=datetime%2Cvalue_%2Ccoverage&myid=01318051&id=17858

Best Regards.

Created on Jan 17, 2011 4:25:05 PM by  Torsten Lindner [Paessler Support]



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Thank you the height/width did it for me. It's especially useful for Year graphs. It would be great if in the future there was a graph size option when generate the report. :)

Created on Mar 7, 2017 1:01:51 AM by  jbehr (0)



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