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Standard User Shorey
(newbie) Fri 03-Nov-17 13:57:17
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Colour blindness


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I'm colour blind, so struggle to be able to read your BQM graphs. Is it possible to be able to download the raw data so that I can put it into Excel and plot using colours and a style that I am able to differentiate?
Administrator MrSaffron
(staff) Fri 03-Nov-17 16:06:07
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Re: Colour blindness


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Alas no

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Standard User Shorey
(newbie) Fri 03-Nov-17 17:43:14
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Re: Colour blindness


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In which case, any chance of an extra extra extra large view of the graph. What I struggle with is very small elements of different colour close together. If the graph can be enlarged substantially making all the lines a few pixels thicker I have a better chance of differentiating the colours!


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Administrator MrSaffron
(staff) Fri 03-Nov-17 19:03:42
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Re: Colour blindness


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Not likely to happen, best bet is to magnifier it, i.e. zoom web page in using CTRL + and then CTRL - to zoom out to normal size again

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Standard User RobertoS
(elder) Fri 03-Nov-17 23:19:33
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Re: Colour blindness


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And CTRL 0 to get back to normal for that machine.

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