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sseanhennessyy
Obsidian | Level 7

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I must be missing something here. I'm creating a targeted bar chart but cannot seem to find how to change the target line color. It's defaulting to this grey color. On another report I've created it defaults to black. I've tried changing all the items under 'styles' but nothing seems to change the target line color. I feel like it should be changed by the 'Reference Lines' option under 'Frame Styling' but that doesn't change it.

 

For reference, I am in SAS 7.3 Hotfix 06

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sseanhennessyy
Obsidian | Level 7

Ahhh, figured it out. It is due to the Report Theme. The SAS Snow theme makes the target lines grey, the SAS Light theme makes the target lines black.

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Madelyn_SAS
SAS Super FREQ

I do not see any way to change the color of the target line, even in 7.4.

sseanhennessyy
Obsidian | Level 7

Hmm, its strange because a co-worker of mine, using the exact same version, has a report where the target lines are defaulted to black. We compared the two side by side and can not find anything that would indicate why his would be different than mine.

sseanhennessyy
Obsidian | Level 7

Ahhh, figured it out. It is due to the Report Theme. The SAS Snow theme makes the target lines grey, the SAS Light theme makes the target lines black.

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