Balance Evolution Graphic

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Balance Evolution Graphic

Post by AlecFasani » 31 August 2014, 13:08

I'm very impressed with Icompta so far.
I've been looking for a software like this for years!

Just would like to suggest 2 simple but still very helpful features on the Balance Evolution graphic.

1 - Thicker or darker line showing the £0 axis
Just to be easier to visualize if and when we would be below £0

2 - An option to set the "starting date" to "Today" rather than having to change the date daily.


More customization options and the X axis with dates on Bar charts would be very welcome as well.

Thanks for the great software!

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Re: Balance Evolution Graphic

Post by AlecFasani » 31 August 2014, 13:25

Well, after sending the last post I was visualizing my Balance Evolution Graphic and somehow I have zoomed in the graphic for every double click on the Y axis!!!
How do I zoom out it now??

Sorry but I couldn't find a way to get the graphic back to it's initial size.

Tnks

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Re: Balance Evolution Graphic

Post by Angeman » 31 August 2014, 14:41

Thanks for your feedback.
AlecFasani wrote:How do I zoom out it now??
Hold down alt key while double clicking.

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Re: Balance Evolution Graphic

Post by AlecFasani » 09 September 2014, 17:10

Angeman wrote:Thanks for your feedback.
AlecFasani wrote:How do I zoom out it now??
Hold down alt key while double clicking.
I'm sure I have tried that before but, anyway, it's working perfectly now.
Tnks

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Re: Balance Evolution Graphic

Post by AlecFasani » 22 September 2014, 20:56

Hi Angeman,

Any chance to have the "Zero line" more visible on Balance Evolution Graphic??
Obviously it is important to be able to visualize when you are above or below that line.

By the way, what is the secondary line actually informing?
I mean, the line that defines the red and green areas??

Thanks

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Re: Balance Evolution Graphic

Post by Angeman » 22 September 2014, 21:02

AlecFasani wrote:Any chance to have the "Zero line" more visible on Balance Evolution Graphic??
Yes I'll try to do that in a next version.
AlecFasani wrote:By the way, what is the secondary line actually informing?
I mean, the line that defines the red and green areas??
It's the forecast : http://www.icompta-app.com/help.php#reports

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Re: Balance Evolution Graphic

Post by AlecFasani » 23 September 2014, 19:32

Great.
Thanks a lot.
Cheers

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Re: Balance Evolution Graphic

Post by Dwarf007 » 01 October 2014, 10:37

AlecFasani wrote: More customization options and the X axis with dates on Bar charts would be very welcome as well.
When will this function be available? In order to understand reports it would be very useful to be able to see the dates and vertical bars on the X axis.

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Re: Balance Evolution Graphic

Post by Angeman » 01 October 2014, 10:40

You can double click on the axis to make it bigger and see the dates.

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Re: Balance Evolution Graphic

Post by Dwarf007 » 01 October 2014, 20:42

I can double click the Y-axis (which shows the euros SUM), but that does not help.. it zooms in to a level that makes the graphic un-readable and the X-axis does not show any dates.

Furthermore, it would be very good, if clicking on the 'average' line it would display the average SUM on the top, in the same way as when clicking on the bars.
At the same time, the average SUM could be shown within the details of a bar too.
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