Legend QML Type

Displays the legend of a chart. More...

Import Statement: import QtCharts 2.2
Instantiates: QLegend

Properties

Detailed Description

A legend is a graphical object that displays the legend of a chart. The legend state is updated by the ChartView type when series change. The Legend type properties can be attached to the ChartView type. For example:

ChartView {
    legend.visible: true
    legend.alignment: Qt.AlignBottom
    // Add a few series...
}

Note: There is no QML API available for modifying legend markers. Markers can be modified by creating a custom legend, as illustrated by Qml Custom Example.

Property Documentation

alignment : alignment

Defines how the legend is aligned with the chart. Can be Qt.AlignLeft, Qt.AlignRight, Qt.AlignBottom, or Qt.AlignTop. If you set more than one flag, the result is undefined.


backgroundVisible : bool

Whether the legend background is visible.


borderColor : color

The line color of the legend.


color : color

The background (brush) color of the legend.


font : Font

The font of the markers used by the legend.


labelColor : color

The color of the brush used to draw labels.


markerShape : enumeration

The default shape of the legend markers. The default value is MarkerShapeRectangle.

ConstantDescription
Legend.MarkerShapeRectangleLegend markers are rectangular
Legend.MarkerShapeCircleLegend markers are circular
Legend.MarkerShapeFromSeriesLegend marker shape is determined by the series

This property was introduced in Qt 5.9.

See also QLegend::MarkerShape.


reverseMarkers : bool

Whether reverse order is used for the markers in the legend. This property is false by default.


showToolTips : bool

Whether tooltips are shown when the text is truncated. This property is false by default. This property currently has no effect as there is no support for tooltips in QML.


visible : bool

Whether the legend is visible.

By default, this property is true.

See also QGraphicsObject::visible.


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