The Speedometer, Thermometer, and Bullet Charts are showing a maximum of 120% on the grid when it should be a max of 100%.
By default the color ranges of a chart are set to automatically adjust according to the data in the result set. In some of the charts, i.e. the target charts, the max grid tends to be higher than what's required to accommodate all the values. However when there are percentages involved, this might look a little misleading since in a typical scenario there are never values over a 100%.
Due to the nature of iDashboards, we currently do not have a cap on chart growth. To correct for the adjustments:
- Right click on the chart and select 'Chart Designer'.
- Select the 'Colors' option on the left.
- Scroll down to 'Range Sets'.
- You will see a range of values.
- Set the low value for the highest range color to a smaller value than 100.
For example, say your chart has a highest range color currently displayed as 120% in a Target Speedometer and you’re looking for ranges between 0% and 100%. Set the low value for the highest range to somewhere around 70 to 90, adjusting the value to find what works for your data. This will force the chart to display 100% as the highest range color.
This is not exact however; changing the value should get you close to what you are looking for.