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Change the Appearance of Relationship Modeling Diagrams

The Relationship Modeling Settings screen is used to change colors, fonts and backgrounds for the Network Chart screens.

Open a Relationship Modeling Network Diagram and from the chart sub menu select View > Format Settings.

Colors & Background Style

  • By default, the chart background will default to a “flat color” as set in the Colors section on this screen or on the Tools > Options screen.
  • Change screen, chart and legend colors, by clicking on the colored box to access the color choices. Alternatively, use the Color Gallery to select from a preset pallet of color choices.
  • Use the Background Styles to create shaded backgrounds based on a mix of two colors. To select the second color, click the blend color and choose a shade from the colors provided.

Fonts

  • Nodes contain the “label” for each item, using the font selected. To display the full text for the item check Display Full Item Text.
  • Click on the Font button to set the font choice and the adjacent box to select the color.

Nodes

  • Nodes contain the “label” version of the descriptive text for each item, using the selected font . To display the full text for the item check Display Full Item Text.
  • Use the Node Size control to set the default size for each node.

Arrows

The following Line Width options are available: 

  • Thin - display the arrows using thin lines.
  • Medium - display the arrows using medium lines.
  • Thick - display the arrows using thick lines.
  • Low Average Thick - Lines will be drawn based upon the vote average. Low averages are shown with thicker lines and high averages are shown with thinner lines.
  • High Average Thick - Lines will be drawn based upon the vote average. High averages are shown with thicker lines and low averages are shown with thinner lines.
  • Use Vote Weight - Lines will be drawn based upon the Weight manually selected for each vote by the facilitator during the voting. Higher Weights are shown with thicker lines and lower Weights are shown with thinner lines.
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