Changing Theme on Chart of EdgeProX

Changing Theme of Chart

In EdgeProX, themes are used to change the look of the UI components window color (Window Theme), chart colors (Chart Theme), and bar colors (Bar Theme).

1. This can be opened by pressing the gear icon on the top of the chart. 


2. After you click the gear icon you will see a pop-up menu titled “Preferences.”  Then you will want to select the “Theme” tab.  See below:


3. After you open the theme tab, you will see that you can configure the setting to your preferences from the different options. See below for clarity: 


4. The following screen shot shows an example of some theme changes:


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