|Right / Down||See: "Left / Up".|
|Left / Up||Option of the scale location relative to the column. |
Options "Right" and "Left" are considered for the case when the Direction of growing configurator is set to "Up" or "Down".
Options "Down" and "Up" are considered for the case when the Direction of growing configurator is set to "Right" or "Left".
Both options can be checked at once.
|Scale color||Setting the color of scale main and extra ticks (at the panel meter also the color of the scale arc)|
|Color of scale description||Setting the font color of the scale description|
|Font of scale description||Setting the font of the scale description|
|Scale length||Length (in pixels) between the scale and the indicator of the measured variable (a bar or a finger)|
|Description length||Length between the scale and the scale description (in pixels)|
|Length of main ticks||Length of main ticks of the scale (in pixels). Main ticks can be with or without the description. If extra ticks are defined as well, the length of main ticks should be greater than the length of extra ticks.|
|Length of extra ticks||Length of extra ticks of the scale (in pixels). Extra ticks are always without the description and they should be shorter than main ticks.|
|Number of main ticks||The number of main ticks defines on how many parts is the scale divided. At the same time it is defined by this how many ticks can the description have. If the scale range is, for example, from 0 to 4, there can be 5 main ticks (0,1,2,3,4) or 3 (0,2,4), but also 9 (0,0.5,1.0, ... 4.5,5.0).|
|Number of extra ticks in the main tick||By this value the number of extra ticks between two main ticks is specified. These extra ticks have no description.|
|Which main tick has the description||Here the entered value specifies at which tick from the scale main ticks the value to the appropriate tick is shown. If this number is for example 3, the first main tick has the description, the second and the third ticks don't have the description, the forth main tick has the description, etc. Thin number must be an integer and greater or equal than one.|
|Number of decimal places||Setting the precision of the scale description|